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Ghanaian perspectives on the present day dynamics of homosexuality

Alfred D. Dai-Kosi, Lebbaeus Asamani, Buruwaa Adomako


Homosexuality has been an issue of controversy since time immemorial, and it elicits various reactions and attitude which are influenced by the type of societies, cultural and moral development or political situation. In recent times there has been serious controversy over the incidence of homosexuality in Ghana, with human rights activists, pro-gay groups and religious and traditional leaders approaching the issue from different angles. This paper presents the various views expressed by stakeholders in the country and the authors’ opinion, based on available evidence and cultural consideration.
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