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The UN Proposes Jamaica Makes Oral & Anal Sex – Legal Intercourse

The UN Proposes Jamaica Makes Oral & Anal Sex – Legal Intercourse

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The United Nation gives government committee a proposal recommending that Jamaican government make adjustment to its legal definition of sexual intercourse to include other sexual acts

In a Proposal to the Jamaican Government the the United Nations (UN) directs that Parliament redefine legal sexual intercourse to include oral and anal sexual act, to be fair in its  protection of sexual crimes for both men and women within the sex law.

This UN proposal is rejected by the both the  Jamaica Coalition for a Healthy Society (JCHS) and the Associated Gospel Assembles (AGA).

A representative from the United Nation presented the proposal to the Jamaican parliamentary committee on Wednesday, who are reviewing the Jamaican Sex laws.

Currently under the Jamaican Sexual Offences Act, sexual intercourse is only defined as penetration of the vagina of one person by the penis another person.

However, the United Nation states that the current definition is too narrow:

“… the legal recognition of sexual violence against men and boys would not fall under it in an equally protective way as against women and girls.

“If sexual intercourse does not consider the possibility of other penetrative practices that may be used for inflicting grave sexual violence to any person, it does not recognise the same nature of any sexual penetration and diminishes particular humiliating or painful traumatic experiences that victims may go through.”

Head of the Jamaica Coalition for a Healthy Society (JCHS) Wayne West, says the UN proposal supports the gay agenda:

The proposal disregards the ‘biology of sex’ and promotes the ‘gay agenda’. “The UN is working an ideological framework that is seeking to remove consideration of the reality of biology in order to advance its political agenda. You don’t have to redefine sex from its biological moorings in order to punish people who offend other individuals.”

The Reverend Peter Garth, Hope Gospel Assembly is adamant that the UNs plan in redefining the sex law to include anal sex is to get Jamaica to legalise same-sex marriage. He declared that an “honest” medical doctor would admit that that form of penetration is unhealthy.

“I believe anal penetration is wrong in 2017 and anal penetration will still be wrong in the year 3000,” he said.

Jamaican Sexual Offences Act

Jamaican law states that only a woman can be raped – an offence that carries a penalty of up to life imprisonment. The Law does not protect males that are raped. One attorney states that if a male is child is raped, under the law it is not classified as rape, so therefore, no one under the law has committed the act of rape against him.

In response to the Christian rejection of the proposal Jamaicans for Justice (JFJ) and the gay lobby JFLAG say:

“Protecting men and women from rape should not be controversial. The same groups opposing this common-sense reform are also arguing to maintain archaic marital rape exceptions that allow married men to rape their wives.”

JFLAG’s Glenroy Murray responded to the Christian rejection of change in Jamaican Sexual Offence Act to include anal and oral penetration:

“It is unfortunate that Christian critics are taking a position that gives greater significance to some sexual violence over others.”


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