Category Archives: Stigma and discrimination

UNAIDS condemns stigma and discrimination against anal penetration, fisting, felching (aka slurping) by MSM ?

A) UNAIDS are a group of United Nations agencies which are working to eliminate HIV worldwide.. On Page 123 of the document ” UNAIDS OUTLOOK 2010″ homophobia is defined as follows : “What is homophobia? UNAIDS describes   homophobia as intolerance … Continue reading

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The Greater Good : the next generation tolerant of anal penetration,fisting, felching etc by MSM whilst calling those who oppose mentally ill ?

” we wish to remove the buggery  law  which will  make  all  sexual  orientations  and all  intimate  activities , whoever  the  participants , normal,  legal  and  morally  equivalent  to  a  binary adult  heterosexual relationship and  to  teach  these  “truths”  to … Continue reading

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Buggery And AIDS: A Lot Of Bull ! – Creating truth and paying the consequence

  Media, “intellectuals” , “progressives”  and  some  in the medical  profession have  all  sought  to  normalize  and  integrate  same-sex  activity into  the main stream. One of  the ways  they  have  sought do  so  is  to  trivialize  the difference  between the … Continue reading

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Who will guard the Guard ?: Protecting the “United Nations Declaration of Human Rights” from depravity .

Jamaica’s  buggery law makes  activities  such  as  fisting, felching, rimming, anal penetration  between Men who  have Sex  with Men (MSM)  illegal. However  some  persons   claim ” privacy rights”   to  these  depraved   behaviours  staking  their  claims  to  these  rights  … Continue reading

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European Union calls for legalization of fisting, felching, rimming, brown showers, scat , “farming” etc between men in Jamaica ?

Homosexuality  is  not  criminal  under  Jamaican law. Certain  acts  between  men  are  however  criminal  under Jamaican  law  .   These  include  anal  penetration, fisting, felching, rimming, “watersports”, scat , “farming” , chariot  racing  etc.  .   Some  western  democracies  such as … Continue reading

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The American Psychiatry Association, World Health Organization ,diversity and embrace of the Hard Cell playroom

“Sometimes the first duty of intelligent men is the restatement of the obvious.” George Orwell  A) Wikipedia  indicates  that   the  American Psychiatry  Association  and  others  are  of  the view  ” that same-sex sexual and romantic attractions, feelings, and behaviors … Continue reading

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According to the American Psychiatry Association and World Health Organization is “farming” sex?

“Sometimes the first duty of intelligent men is the restatement of the obvious.” George Orwell  A) Wikipedia  indicates  that   the  American Psychiatry  Association  and  others  are  of  the view  ” that same-sex sexual and romantic attractions, feelings, and behaviors … Continue reading

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