Of pica and the illogic of LGBTTTIQ “rights”



Opposition leader Andrew  Holness has indicated  that  a new JLP administration would have a  referendum on the  buggery law but a little  reflection will  show  that there is no need  for  either  a referendum on the law  or  to  remove  the  law  at  all.

 What  Jamaica  needs   to do  is  to  demonstrate  to  the  world  the illogic of  the  President Obama  led  revolution of  sexual nihilism and  sexual  anarchy and  the mass  delusion  of gender confusion.

It is  well established  in medicine  that normal  and  abnormal   are referenced  to design in the universe  and  that  normal  and  abnormal  may  refer  to  both  design (anatomy)  and  function (physiology).  LGBTTT… etc  advocates  claim  that  homosexuality  is normal  – an aspects  of  diversity –  when  it  clearly  is  a  disordered desire (physiology) much as  pica (the  desire to eat non-nutritious matter  like  dirt) is  a  disordered  desire.

It is no  more  logical  to vote  for  LGBTTTIQ  “rights”   than it is  to vote  for  “pica rights”  


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Pica (/ˈpaɪkə/ py-kə) is characterized by an appetite for substances that are largely non-nutritive, such as paper, clay, metal, chalk, soil, glass, or sand.[1] According to DSM-IV (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4th Edition) criteria, for these actions to be considered pica, they must persist for more than one month at an age where eating such objects is considered developmentally inappropriate, not part of culturally sanctioned practice and sufficiently severe to warrant clinical attention. There are different variations of pica, as it can be from a cultural tradition, acquired taste, or a neurological mechanism such as an iron deficiency or a chemical imbalance. It can lead to intoxication in children, which can result in an impairment in both physical and mental development.[2] In addition, it can also lead to surgical emergencies due to an intestinal obstruction as well as more subtle symptoms such as nutritional deficiencies and parasitosis.[2] Pica has been linked to mental disorders and they often have psychotic comorbidity. Stressors such as maternal deprivation, family issues, parental neglect, pregnancy, poverty, and a disorganized family structure are strongly linked to pica.[citation needed]



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