The question that arises is then; how much do people know about their cultures, traditions and faith as they were before colonialism, so as to truly understand what their culture is (the claim of an “African culture” as not taking into account the diversity of such a big continent)?
Therefore, such institutions can promote inclusion in a better way. In other words, these institutions “… are very important if the community aims at meaningful victory for the fight for LGBTQI”.
LGBTQ people deserve to be treated with respect, compassion and sensitivity, and deserve to be welcomed and protected.
Some of these groups appear to be spending increasing amounts of money in Africa.
It is a calling for the catholic church to promote inclusivity not only within the church but also for inclusive laws.
“My main purpose with this series was not to portray African queer people in a victimised or somber light like they usually are portrayed in most media,”
The intensity of their love for their children has enabled them to see God’s love and beauty
Article by Alice McCool published by the Thomson Reuters Foundation* (UK), May 18, 2020 A Ugandan court on Monday ordered the release of 19 LGBT+ people jailed for almost 50 days for risking spreading...
” … if I have a faith that can move mountains, but do not have love, I am nothing”.
Article by fr. James Martin, S.J.* published on the website of the Jesuit weekly America (USA), March 13, 2020 The coronavirus pandemic is confusing and frightening for hundreds of millions of people. That is not surprising....