LGBT rights support and 3 other controversies which found Desmond Tutu

5 mn read Desmond Mpilo Tutu who passed on Sunday, Dec. 26, 2021, was born Oct. 7, 1931, in Klerksdorp, a town in South Africa’s Transvaal province. Born to a teaching father and domestic worker mum. The young Tutu had plans to become a doctor, partly thanks to a boyhood bout of tuberculosis. However, given the scarcity of cash, he fell on teaching. “The government was giving scholarships for people who wanted to become teachers,” he told the Academy of Achievement. “I became a teacher and I haven’t regretted that.” However, disillusioned with the passage of the Bantu Education Act in 1953 that racially segregated

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Humor is a Medicine for Arrogance and Supremacism

< 1 mn read Mr. Jalal Tagreeb was a Muslim apologist who insisted on defeating Secularists in debates and exposing that in a humiliating manner.   Besides his main plan to use the Internet and all its tools (e.g. social media, forums, etc.) to spray his victory if it had happened, he also prepared a collection of challenging and humiliating drawings/images- which has never been published – to post against his Secular opponents.   The ultimate setback for Mr. Tagreeb was his decisive defeat in his debates with Secularists. Something that he admitted in November 2021. Today we welcome Mr. Tagreeb to the Secular

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#KillTheBill – Campaigning against the hate bill endangering queer people in Ghana

2 mn read Few months ago, the LGBTQ+ headquarters in the capital city of Ghana was raided unlawfully by National Security personnel and demanded for its closure. Meanwhile, the LGBTQ community, prior to the raid had received death threats from some traditional chiefs and other anti-gay persons. The raid which should have drawn sympathy from the general public resulted in an intense growth in the conversation to criminalize same sexual acts and any forms of support and campaigns to support queer people against the oppressions they countenance in their daily lives. An association called Promotion of Proper Human Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family

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Save Aneeqa – 26 year old Pakistan girl accused of blasphemy

< 1 mn read Rights and freedoms of individuals have been continuously threatened by medieval religious dogmas in religious centered countries. Aneeqa Ateeq is a young girl who is falsly been convicted by a Pakistani male Hasnat on personal grounds. Hasnat lodged an FIR in 2020 that Aneeqa Ateeq shared a book and updated a status which he found blasphemous and decided to lodge an FIR against Aneeqa. Aneeqa rejects whatever is said in the FIR. He accused her of sending blasphemous caricatures of holy prophets, making remarks about “holy personages” on WhatsApp and using her Facebook account to transmit blasphemous material to other

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Gowshik is looking for ways to escape his abusive family

< 1 mn read “My name is Gowshik, a 22 year old atheist. I’m currently away from my home country. I came to this country to get a college degree but later realized it was too much for me. My home country isn’t the safest place to be especially with my orthodox Muslim family. They had already issued death threats. I have been told once I return they will never let me leave the house ever again. It is in my best interest and safest decision not to return home. Life back home with my family has never been a happy ending. My relationship

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