Last week September 20th, CVM TV News in Jamaica reported that two boys were reported missing in Trelawny before their bodies were found in the Martha Brae River. Residents of the community claimed that the boys were buggered because according to them their intestines were protruding through their anuses.
AGFC expresses sincere condolences to the families of the two boys who suffered this great tragedy.
The report can be viewed below from [17:15]
Yesterday, September 15, 2012, AGFC attended the “Love March” for “sexual purity” which took place in Kingston starting at Hope Gardens and ending at Half-Way Tree Mandela Park. We are proud to say we were the only ones from the LGBT community there trying to get information and pictures and as such we walked through the sun for hours, sweated like pigs, endured the pain, hunger and dehydration in order to get everyone the story about the march.
For those who don’t know, the “Love March” is a march organised by a couple of anti-gay Christian groups who claim they are fed up with “sexual immorality” in Jamaican society and want to speak out against it. The march was designed for HOMOSEXUALITY, pornography and fornication, what they call “sexual sins” that are taking over Jamaica.
Here at AGFC we do not apologise for debunking the scientifically-challenged anti-gay lobby, even if we have to go back in history. In November, 2011 a Christian lawyer by the name of Mark Ramsay decided to try and offer an “intelligent” defence of the buggery law.
Ignorance is truly bliss.
No surprise to AGFC, homophobia has been proven over and over to be a destructive phenomenon that tears at the very fabric of society.
A new study shows that in six countries, Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) among gays correlated with experiences of homophobic discrimination, internalised homophobia and heterosexist social pressures.
Is the agenda of the “Jamaica Coalition for a Healthy Society” geared towards a healthy society?
Is the anti-gay political agenda ignoring the peer-reviewed science below?
The impact of parenting on gay male couples’ relationships, sexuality, and HIV risk.
Homophobia has been shown to have serious negative effects on society. Anti-gay activists claim that they do not like to be called “homophobic” because a disagreement doesn’t make them have a phobia. Does peer-reviewed science prove this?
Here are some recent studies:
AGFC intelligence has gathered information on a new argument that certain major anti-gay activists in Jamaica are using to justify keeping the buggery law.
Do you remember our previous blog post about the All Angles programme on TVJ where Wayne West and Rev. Chisholm declared that if the buggery law is repealed then children in school will be taught about buggery?(View here if you didn’t: http://antigayfactcheck.org/2012/07/12/the-anti-gay-lies-of-wayne-west-on-all-angles/)
Though at the time we didn’t know their reasoning behind that claim we now know it.
Well here is how the story goes(Though it may seem ridiculous we assure you we are not making this up):
At AGFC we love science especially because we know it also always proves the scientifically challenged anti-gay religious movement wrong.
Many anti-gay activists in Jamaica make the claim that anti-homosexual laws do not contribute to the higher prevalence rate seen in countries that criminalise homosexuality. Is idea this supported by peer-reviewed modern science?
A new study on HIV in the African diaspora has been released in The Lancet on July 28th, 2012. The Lancet is the second highest ranking medical journal in the world.
The Abstract can be found here: http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(12)60722-3/abstract
The full study can be viewed here: Lancet Millett GLBT criminalization
We at AGFC watch the anti-gay movement very closely both here in Jamaica and abroad and we are quite aware of this “28 sexual orientations” propaganda being pushed by the anti-gay movement.
Anti-gay religious activists hate actual science. Thats why they twist studies and lie about organisations so that they sound as though their anti-gay views are scientifically valid.
In Trinidad recently, an anti-gay religious activist named Hyacinth Griffith of an anti-gay theocracy group called “Lawyers for Jesus”, engaged in a debate with a popular LGBT rights activist from the Coalition Advocating for Inclusion of Sexual Orientation (CAISO), Colin Robinson, about gay marriage and other things concerning the LGBT movement.