Sex Toy Injuries Among Women On The Rise

– Says Medical Practitioner

Dr. Raymond Morbu, the chief executive officer (CEO) of Andel Premier Medical Centre, has revealed that an increasing number of wealthy women who resort to the use of sex toys to satisfy their sexual desires are visiting hospitals due to certain unusual discharge from their private parts.

He revealed that, upon diagnosis, it is often discovered that foreign objects have been left in the vagina of such persons.

This, he said, leads to an increased risk of HIV/AIDS infections due to cuts and abrasions.

According to Dr.Morbu, this trend has emerged after LGBTQ+ activities came to wide public attention in Ghana.

He noted that foreign objects are sometimes found in the vaginas of women who practice lesbianism.

Dr.Morbu made these revelations while discussing the rise in the practice of homosexuality and its impact on HIV/AIDS prevalence in Ghana during an interview on Accra 100.5 FM on Monday, July 10, 2023.

He also stated that the women who use sex toys and engage in lesbianism are wealthy individuals who influence young people to join the practice.

Dr.Kyeremeh Atuahene, the director general of the Ghana Aids Commission, also shared concerns about homosexuality and its role in the spread of HIV.

He emphasized the need for a comprehensive approach to addressing the issue, stating that HIV prevalence among homosexuals is higher than other general diseases.

Dr.Atuahene believes that, if the anti-LGBTQ+ bill is passed, it will help in addressing the spread of HIV by reducing new infections.


LGBTQ+ activities won’t be tolerated

Meanwhile, a deputy education minister, John Ntim Fordjour, has said that no element of LGBTQI+ practice will be allowed in the Ghanaian educational curriculum.

Speaking to the media, the minister said the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) has been working to achieve this objective.

Mr.Fordjour noted that he and “his outfit have been cautious while working as watchdogs” to ensure they do not break this promise to the Ghanaian public.

John Ntim Fordjour said this after parliament deliberated on the Proper Sexual Human Rights & Ghanaian Family Values Bill, 2021 on Wednesday, July 5.

He stated that the bill will serve future generations well since the majority including religious leaders have accepted it.

On the likely diplomatic confrontations and the general effect on the country’s economic activities, the deputy education minister said Ghana will not fall for pressure from the West to dismiss the bill.

Mr.Fordjour added that he does not believe the West will follow through with their threats.

He added that “a disagreement on LGBTQI+ opinions is not a call for any war between two nations and thus if it affects any trade, Ghana will take their business elsewhere.”

The deputy education minister is one of the eight MPs who sponsored the legislation through a private member’s bill.


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