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Old 11-06-2020, 01:00 PM #76
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i thought this was a question taken from family fortunes for a moment
If it was up there, I'd have given you the money meself.
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If it was up there, I'd have given you the money meself.
If the british empire endorsed its values upon the African nations they colonised all those years ago, and those African nations are not able to change once they are governing themselves and making their own laws!

That also means that britain and its population cant change either, so that would make everyone homophobic racists!


But we have changed ad a nation for the better.....



So my question is...why do people think Africans are unable to change for the better like britain has once it gave up its colonies back to their original and rightfull owners?

Because all I'm seeing is the lgbtq community afraid to go in as hard on these African nations as they do on
random tibb members on here fgs..

Can anyone tell me why? Cause I dont understand or get it at all!

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My question is... why you think posturing progressiveness to other nations means our nation is any better? Quiet racism and homophobia is more insidious.
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My question is... why you think posturing progressiveness to other nations means our nation is any better? Quiet racism and homophobia is more insidious.
It may he more insidious but atm in africa, it would hopefully make it a little less sore for the 34 nations lgbtq communities if a muscle or 2 was flexed..but you keep on twisting it back yeah to ignore your inner feelings.
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It may he more insidious but atm in africa, it would hopefully make it a little less sore for the 34 nations lgbtq communities if a muscle or 2 was flexed..but you keep on twisting it back yeah to ignore your inner feelings.
My inner feelings on what?

Am I to blame for Africa's stance on same sex relationships now? Oh dear.

My point was pointing at other places for their barbaric treatment of minorities whilst simultaneously ignoring our own is... interesting at best.

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My inner feelings on what?

Am I to blame for Africa's stance on same sex relationships now? Oh dear.

My point was pointing at other places for their barbaric treatment of minorities whilst simultaneously ignoring our own is... interesting at best.

Why bring other topics into this topic...all those other topics have been done to death...let's discuss Africa tonight for a change and its ruling bodies.
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Why bring other topics into this topic...all those other topics have been done to death...let's discuss Africa tonight for a change and its ruling bodies.
I didn't bring other topics up.
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My inner feelings on what?

Am I to blame for Africa's stance on same sex relationships now? Oh dear.

My point was pointing at other places for their barbaric treatment of minorities whilst simultaneously ignoring our own is... interesting at best.
The UK are experts at distracting ourselves from our problems by focusing on other countries.
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When it comes to many countries in Africa, religious fundamentalism has too much of a hold for LGBT people to ever truly be free in those countries, and no, it's not just islam either, Christianity is just as dangerous for inspiring violence against LGBT people throughout the region.

For straight people in this topic who are focused on Africa with a laser focus, support refugees and immigrants who run from their countries in fear of being killed for being gay. Put your money where your mouth is and welcome LGBT refugees and immigrants with open arms.
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