Medicine has always been informed by the concept of design in the universe. This allows the physician to define normal and abnormal and to distinguish the one from the other. The abnormal is referred to as pathology.
Psychiatry Associations of developed countries have adopted the LGBTTTIQist ideology and have rejected the above logical approach to normal and abnormal in the instances of sexual orientation and gender identity .
These associations now define pathology ,in the instances of sexual orientation and gender identity , as aspects of human diversity. They fail to realise that a thorn by any another name remains a thorn…..design and its consequences are real.
Having re-defined pathology as an aspect of human diversity LGBTTTIQists have set about creating so-called “human rights” specific to their desires. One such “right” is a “right to buggery”. Naturally this so-called ” right to buggery” is produced by deeply flawed thinking…….and yes, because of design.
The gut has a high content of cells of the immune system because of the large number of pathogens which pass through the bowel. This large number of cells of the immune system make the gut more prone to be infected by HIV ….. the virus targets the cells of the immune system and is said to be gut tropic.
Therefore in addition the increased risk of traumatic injury associated with anal as compared to vaginal penetration , the increased exposure of the cells of the immune system in the rectum increases the risk of contracting HIV.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) wisely does not refer to any so-called right to buggery. Logically , good preventative medicine should therefore actively discourage the practise of anal penetration.
UN Pressure Mounts For Jamaica To Repeal Anti-Gay Laws, Improve LGBT Environment
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Published:Wednesday | May 13, 2015
More international pressure is being applied on Jamaica to repeal laws believed to be infringing on the human rights of vulnerable groups including gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgendered (LGBT) people.
The latest round of calls for Jamaica to act came during today’s United Nations periodic review of Jamaica’s human rights records in Switzerland.
Jamaica has been facing calls for years to repeal its more than a century-old buggery law, which makes it a criminal offence for persons to engage in anal sex.
During this morning’s review, calls came from representatives of several countries, including Canada, Sweden, and the United States for Jamaica to change its laws and address cultural issues that are out of step with global human rights provisions.
The representative from Great Britain, Matthew Buckley, took issue with the fact that changes to the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms did not protect against discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation.
In 2011, British prime minister, David Cameron, threatened to withhold aid from governments that do not reform legislation banning homosexuality.
However, Justice Minister Mark Golding had earlier told the panel that several steps have been taken to safeguard the rights of all, including implementation of a diversity policy for the police.
Lobbyists believe the removal of the buggery law will help in HIV/AIDs prevention and treatment among members of the LGBT community.
However, last year, a local poll found that 91 per cent of Jamaicans believe lawmakers should not repeal the controversial buggery law.