Our next issue of the Bombastic Magazine shares what it means to be an LGBTIQ ally the Bombastic Magazine is timely because maybe LGBTIQ allies in Ghana might be inspired to stand by the LGBTIQ Ghanaians no matter what.
We write to show the community that you are not alone. Further, we hope this statement can help other Ghanaians who feel supportive know that they do not have to be cowed by the violent rhetoric of the government, the press, and the religious sector. The violence directed at the community in the wake of their office launch demonstrates the vitriolic conditions under which queer Ghanaians live and why such a community space is needed.
Joseph Kingham Ochill, a Ghanaian sexual health and human rights activist is seeking assistance to raise funds to enable him attend the 37th International Rights Training Program in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue in Canada. The training that will be held from June 5 to June 24th 016 requires Ochill to raise a total of CAD $5,845 to cover both travel and participation costs.
Ghana Reportedly on Its Way to Decriminalising Homosexuality By Editor News coming in from Ghana might be the first ray of hope to the entire continent as recent developments point to the country being on its way to legalizing homosexuality. According to the West African nation’s Chief Psychiatrist Dr Kwasi Osei, who is on record […]