Category Archives: Caribbean Vulnerable Communities Coalition

Secular stupidity : A right to behaviour which spawned the HIV pandemic ?

  “fools  rush in where wise men never  go” It is  typical of  the  secular  world  view  that  those  the  adhere  to it  claim  that  there  is  a “right” to  an  activity which  played  a  crucial  part  in  the   origin  … Continue reading

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We are Jamaicans. So fisting,felching,scat, anal penetration and chariot racing trump freedom of speech

  The essential  and  significant   difference  between  the  LGBT rights  movement  and  the  black  civil  rights movement  is  that  the  former  is  about  emotion and  sexual  desire  whilst  the  latter  is  about  physical  traits. In the  video  below  the … Continue reading

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We are Jamaicans. So Pastors may not call homosexuality sin ?

      Prominent pastor out of Obama Inaugural after revelation he called homosexuality a ‘sin’ curable by Christianity Rev. Louis Giglio, head of Georgia’s Passion City Church, withdraws saying his participation would be dwarfed by controversy over his comments. … Continue reading

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We are Jamaicans. So all behaviours must be tolerated ?

    Testifyingtotruth  holds   firmly   that  all  Jamaicans,  including  LGBTQ   Jamaicans,  have  all  the  rights  stated   in  the  Jamaican Charter  of  Rights. This  Blog  is  however  surprised  at  the  unqualified  support  the  speaker  gives  to   … Continue reading

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