Saturday, 13 September 2014
TRANSVESTITES AND BISEXUALS IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA
Recently there was a report on EM TV on transvestites and bisexuals in Papua New Guinea. I felt sad at the plight of these people suffering from the fact that nothing that they do is accepted in the community.
They are innocent victims of their own sexuality in the roll of the genetic dice prior to birth. At the same time, some make difficulties for themselves.
Their rights have been spoiled by gay, lesbian and paedophile activists who have added their own secret agenda to ensure political dominance.
In this country, foreign gays, lesbians and paedophiles have grossly misrepresented their case and lied, cheated, infiltrated, discriminated and bullied the community. All the time they cried homophobia and discrimination.
Dame Carol Kidu, recently past Minister for Community Development said that the problem lies not in the pre-colonial laws but on abuse by which gays, lesbians and transvestites have been threatened and blackmailed on prosecution at breaking the law. Probably not true.
There is the false fear spread that such people could be arrested if they go for HIV treatment or for other illnesses that come from their sexuality. The claim seems to be that the medical world will report them. Not true.
Nations across the world have to take care with legalization of gay and lesbian sex. They are quietening the lion by putting their arm into its mouth.
Legalization can destroy the unity of family by removing parental authority, promoting rights with no responsibilities, lowering of the age of consent, gay and lesbian lifestyle in school curriculum and adoption of children by gays and lesbians.
I have worked in PNG schools for many years and have come across only 4 likely gay, lesbian or transvestite boys and girls. I did not notice they were being treated badly.
We are told on the report that 60% of gays, lesbians and transvestites are not employed. That figure is probably higher for all young people.
If there are so many people in sympathy with transvestites, why are more not employed in business? Perhaps their focus is not on employment. There is no proof that such young people are not accepted within their families. Some will not be. Many will be.