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Cameroon Rally Targets Suspected Gay Bars

There are 6 comments on the EDGE story from Aug 21, 2013, titled Cameroon Rally Targets Suspected Gay Bars. In it, EDGE reports that:

More than 100 young men and women in Cameroon's capital posted anti-gay signs on bars suspected of being gay-friendly during a rally organized amid mounting threats and acts of violence targeting the country's sexual minorities.

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Herman

Germany

#3 Aug 21, 2013
Way to go good people of Cameroon!

Keep up the good fight!

“RAINBOW POWER!”

Since: Oct 08

I Am What I Am.

#5 Aug 21, 2013
From the article:

"An organizer of the event, dubbed the "Day Against Homosexuality," said it was intended to honor the memory of a 31-year-old student who was "sodomized and killed by homosexuals" in August 2006 at a Yaounde hotel."

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They're so certain it wasn't a suspected gay person who was "sodomized" and killed by homophobes? That is the sort of thing homophobes do.

How can progress be brought to a pitchfook-weilding mob like this?

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#7 Aug 21, 2013
Cameroon's kristalnacht.
Beauty Queen

London, UK

#9 Aug 22, 2013
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SWEDE as in turnip ?!!
Paul

Westminster, CA

#10 Sep 1, 2013
What would Jesus do?
Paul

Westminster, CA

#11 Oct 15, 2013
I was just in Cameroon and saw way too many churches and mosques! Many more than during my last stay 43 years ago. This is where the anti-gay sentiments come from. It's a western influence and has nothing to do with African cultures. What a waste of money building these palaces of hate and ignorance. They money could have been used in other ways to improve the country. I also came across a number of evangelical preachers who were in it for ego and $$$. They teach the people acceptance of their lot and that there is no way out except if it's god's will. This drains their sense of personal responsibility, limits their creativity, discourages them from thinking for themselves to solve their own problems, and make them dependent on religion. Religion is a big business in Cameroon. You might think that a country like Cameroon, which has one of the high literacy rates in Africa, would produce people who see religion for what it is.

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