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Being born with hormones of the opposite sex doesn’t mean you should be gay or lesbian – TiC cautions

Outspoken Ghanaian musician, TiC born Nana Kwaku Okyere Duah has revealed that there are a lot of people at various workplaces who have issues with their sex identification.

“There are a lot of people who have issues at the places we work that we laugh with but have issues when it comes to their sex identification,” he said on Kastle FM in Cape Coast.

Speaking about the criminalization of homosexuality in Ghana, TiC cautioned that those who were born with hormones of the opposite sex shouldn’t see themselves as gays or lesbians.

“Some people are naturally born with hormones of the opposite sex but that doesn’t mean that they should be homosexuals,” TiC told Amansan Krakye in an interview.

On the passage of anti-LGBTQI law by parliamentarians, TiC who is a proud father said men who rather want to have anal sex with other men should be those who the law must punish for such inhumane act.

He added “There are fully fletched men but they only want to have anal sex so they are those that the law needs to criminalize.

Meanwhile, scores of Ghanaian celebrities and popular political elites have defended the rights of homosexuals in the country.

The likes of Sister Derby, Wanluv the Kubolor, Lydia Forson have taken to social media to condemn the anti-LGBTQI bill which has been laid before parliament.

Source: Amansan Krakye (kastlefmonline.com)


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