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  1. Dennis Macauley
    November 23, 2014

    Oh wow! I love this guy!

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  2. Christopher B!
    November 23, 2014

    Wow… I’m totally impressed with his arguments which was based on facts. This is the reason I don’t joke with books. The enlightenment they give is more valuable than what money can by. Pals, know your onions and no one can intimidate you.

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  3. simba
    November 23, 2014

    Rightly stated, human sexuality is very complex.. mainly controlled by 2 factors. Environment and genetics. U see same sex is very common in an enclosure filled with same gender, like boarding school, military schools, ships and prisons. Thts the environmental influence, some when they leave such facility never engage in such activity.. while some continues.. some authorities in human sexuality argue tht those tht continue also have the gene make up and the exposure horned it. While some individuals never even seen gay porn or ever been in an environment tht may suggest same sex, yet they turn out flaming gay, this is gene at work.. like I said earlier sexuality is complex it’s still a grey area and an attractive field for more researches. Its all of different shades, u exhibit the part tht hit u..

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    • gad
      November 23, 2014

      Seconded

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  4. gad
    November 23, 2014

    It’s an indictment on all advocates of asylum seeking and those who see nothing good about Africa and in Africans that the setting of this encounter was western and the characters whites. Hmmm,the perfect, advance,infallible whites! ! !

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    • pinkpanthertb
      November 23, 2014

      Gad and his relentless crusade that the West is just as homophobic as Africa.

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    • Dennis Macauley
      November 23, 2014

      The person that this shade is directed at is very capable!

      So ama sit and watch

      *sips coffee*

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      • gad
        November 23, 2014

        Hahaha. No shades intended. I was only trying to assert that ignorants and homophobes exist in all climes and not only Africa

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    • Khaleesi
      November 23, 2014

      Gad hunny, ***strokes your head like a lil 5yr old*** when r u going to ever understand my point? And yes, when will you learn that u CANT shade me, no hun. Yes homophobes exist all across the globe, but you’ll agree with me that in certain parts of the world, they are considered a minority scorned and looked uppn with disdain as the rest of the society including the law enforcement and law making bodies are all for the advancement and protection of the rights of gays. Surely, you’re able to absorb enough of the news to know what’s happening all around the world including in the Church which you cherish so much ***shudder***… while in this part of the world, ignorance and hatred which fuel homophobia are adopted as official state policy and mixed with the harmful brew of opium that all you religitards love to imbibe …
      I still firmly stamd by my assertion, if you wish to remain here you must ‘fall in line’ somehow, else the only option is grab your things and hop on the next jet – as you just will not/cannot fimd happiness or peace here as a gay man. Now run along, I’ve made my point clear i believe ***sashays away***

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      • gad
        November 23, 2014

        Hahaha.u seem to love this asylum seeking so much as if it’s ur pet project. I wasn’t throwing shades at all @ u,dear. You are not alone in this. Many Nigerians including members of my family see asylum seeking as an easy escape from many of the issues confronting us.* runs along while wishing that the stroking of my head continues*

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  5. xpressivejboy
    November 23, 2014

    Oops!

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  6. Kryss S
    November 23, 2014

    Y didn’t d mom drive her car into a tree? I thought she’d rather die than live wit a gay son. Lol!
    Reverse this to an African setting nd this boy is on d first flight to Synagogue after serious flogging sessions on getting home!
    Knowledge they say is power nd no knowledge is actually a waste, just know when and how to apply it! Nice argument boy nd good for you that u read(which most Africans don’t). If there isn’t a gay gene, is there a straight gene?

    Happy Sunday Y’all!

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  7. Max
    November 23, 2014

    “I’m not changing who I am.” He can deal with it or become a smaller part of my life. So we’re seeing how that plays out”..
    That was my favorite line…

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    • Khaleesi
      November 23, 2014

      That’s the exact same policy I’ve adopted nowadays as much as i can. If you can’t deal with who i am, then you have no place in my life!!

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  8. s_sensei
    November 23, 2014

    *applause*

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  9. Khaleesi
    November 23, 2014

    Its not hard to see the link between highly educated societies and open mindedness/tolerance as well as the strong link between ignorance and homophobia, when you add the religious hypocrisy that exists in generous amounts in these parts then you start to understand why we have the messy situation that exists here …

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