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My perception about gays changed after visiting United State – Coach Opele

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Jan 5, 2022 , ,

Isaac Opele, a Ghanaian football coach and expert, has stated that his visit to the United States of America has given him a new view on gays.

Prior to traveling, he claimed to have had a normal Ghanaian conservative attitude toward LGBTQI+ activities.

However, when he interacts with LGBTQI+ persons, his perspective continues to shift.

“I have been seeing and greeting lots of gays in the USA who have become good friends to me and my perception is beginning to change from the Ghanaian mentality I am asking myself lots of questions like can we blame a gay man who is naturally born with female attributes?” he said in a tweet.

Sam George and other Members of Parliament in Ghana have introduced a private members bill to outlaw LGBTQI+ and related activities.

Some scholars have spoken out against the bill, claiming that it violates the rights of those who are involved in the act.

The bill has, nevertheless, received support from the Christian community, the Islamic community, and traditional authorities in Ghana.

They want the law to be made public so that Ghanaians may see which members of Parliament will vote in favor of it.

Supporters of the law have attacked Sam George, a main advocate for the bill, however Sam George believes the action is not Ghanaian and will seek to get it prohibited in the country of Ghana.

“I have been seeing and greeting lots of gays in the USA ???????? who have become good friends to me and my perception is beginning to change from the Ghanaian mentality

I am asking myself lots of questions like can we blame a gay man who is naturally born with female attributes? ????— Isaac ‘Opeele’ Boateng (@CoachOpeele) January 4, 2022

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