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In April, police arrested a gay man in the town of Nkawkaw, in the south of the country, after a crowd threatened to lynch him when his would-be lover turned him in to the local community.Ghanaian music event promoter Kinto Rothmans was not so lucky after he was brutally beaten in February by a mob – also in Nima – over accusations that he had sex or attempted to have sex with another man.
In both cross-sectional and prospective models, the variable with the strongest association with having experienced coerced sex was having ever had a boyfriend (fully adjusted odds ratios, 4.5 and 2.6, respectively).Lucas said he was told to defile the dead bodies in his care by his bosses.Speaking to Ghana TV station Adom TV, he said: "I wanted to marry but the girl says I am a mortuary man."I can satisfy myself [at the mortuary] because girls don't want to [date] me outside.Data were collected from 700 female respondents who were interviewed in 20 waves of a longitudinal study of behavioral risk for HIV infection among youth aged 13–14 or 18–19 and living in two towns in southeastern Ghana.A series of logistic regression models examined the influences of household composition and wealth, four family process variables (behavioral control, relationship quality, financial support, conflict), school enrollment and relationship experience on females’ risk of experiencing coerced sex. Mallam Abass Mahmud said in an interview: “Allah gets annoyed when males engage in sexual encounter and such disgusting encounter causes earthquake.” He also said Allah destroyed the ancient cities of Sodom and Gomorrah ‘as the result of homesexuality’.
The British Government’s travel advice for Ghana warns: “Although there is a small gay community, there is no ‘scene’ and most Ghanaians don’t accept that such activity exists’.
More research is needed to understand the context of females’ relationships with boyfriends in an effort to reduce the risk of sexual coercion and to promote the prevention of sexual violence perpetrated by males within these relationships.
Mobile applications are slowly transforming African society.
News Ghana reported that Muslim youths in the communities are known to have created special task forces to fight what they describe as the importation of “white man’s culture”.
Homosexuality is illegal in 34 of Africa’s 56 states, according to the International Gay and Lesbian Association.
Over the past few years, more and more Africans are turning to their mobile phones for services.