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An International Public Health Expert , Douglas Adu-Fokuo has enumerated some potential effects of Gayism and lesbianism on our communities.

He asks, were our parents gays would they be able to give birth to us to be productive in Ghana?

Human resource is a key to productivity in Ghana especially in the absence of advanced technology.

If care is not taken our human resources will keep decreasing and gradually it will affect our productivity and domestic growth.

Read below effects ;

▪️Gayism will hurt our society by increasing STIs especially HIV/AIDs. This will put much burden on our health revenue.

▪️Secondly, gayism will decrease birth rate in developing countries drastically and this will result in reduction in human resources eventually. Hence potential low productivity and reduction in Gross Domestic Product (GDP), especially in developing countries that lack advanced technology to replace human resources.


▪️Therefore, the gayism and lesbianism should not be seen as individuals' preference to sexual desires. The issue should be addressed as a national and global concern.
The west has advanced technology to replace human resources if they continuously record low birth rate. Already most of the developed countries like Japan, USA, China and the likes, have enough population and advanced technology to meet their target productivity and GDP. However, the situation is different in developing countries like Ghana.

▪️Conclusion; What affects the few ends up affecting the nation but not only the individual. Health of individuals is not only an individual concern but a global concern. Gayism is beyond sexual satisfaction, it has health and economic implications especially in developing countries deprived of advanced technology.

The international organizations should not impose GAYISM and LESBIANISM on Africa via treaties or sanctions. They must look at the future negative effects on our health and economy, if indeed they care about AFRICA.

Written by:
Douglas Adu-Fokuo
International Public Health Expert
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