Afia Pokua, widely known as Vim Lady has exposed the stinking hypocrisy associated with Christians, especially those fighting and suppressing the rights of the LGBTQ+ community in Ghana.
The fiery radio and TV personality who’s now with Despite Media Group of companies contended that most men in Ghana have sex with their wives through their backside and this is a practice which is widespread, yet they are fighting gays with all their might for doing the same thing.
She added that these people claim the practice of LGBTQI is morally not upright but practice what they criticize. He outpoured this sentiment on her show Egyaso Gyaso produced on Okay FM.
“Some men are in their homes and fighting for LGBTQI+ and its related activities to be criminalized because they believe it’s not morally right. Meanwhile, these same people are sleeping with their wives from their backs.”
“Just this week lady came here and said she has three children and that her husband said her vagina is no tighter so he wants to sleep with her through the anus. This same man is against LGBTQ, is this not hypocrisy?”
Meanwhile, Ghanaian transgender, Va-Bene Elikem Fiatsi, who is also a board member of the LGBTQ+ Right Ghana, has said that it is lame to argue that LGBTQ+ activities will end procreation.
According to her, some heterosexual men are impotent, and yet society does not chastise them for their inability to procreate.
She argued that members of the LGBTQ+ community can procreate just like heterosexual persons.
She made this known during an interview with Samuel Eshun on e.TV Ghana’s ‘Fact Sheet’ show.
“If you criminalize LGBT on the basis of procreation, then I believe very soon, women who cannot give birth will also be labelled as criminals. Families are at war because women are not giving birth and yet no one chastises the heterosexual man for not procreating. The woman is not a procreation machine.
LGBTQ+ persons can equally give birth biologically because a transwoman can give birth, a transman can give birth, a gay person can decide to give birth, a lesbian can decide to give birth. Let’s not confuse sexuality and gender.”
The Promotion of Proper Human Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family Values Bill, 2021 was introduced into parliament earlier this year.
This bill is seeking to expand on the current law that provides up to three years in prison for same-sex activity. Read more here.