Friday, March 1, 2024

Buggery law for our own good


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I WRITE in response to an article in the Nation of Monday, December 14, 2015, that quoted Donnya Piggott as saying to the effect that the law on buggery was archaic and definitely needed to go.

No, Donnya! The buggery law is not archaic. It is realistic. It has to remain.

You have a sphincter, Donnya, and all members of B-GLAD and the LGBT and their sympathisers who are male and female have sphincters. A sphincter in anyone’s body is not a sex organ. It serves to get rid of all faecal matter in one’s body. That some people use it as a sex organ is satanic and foolish.

The buggery law does not interfere with and does not bother clear-thinking people in Barbados or worldwide. I submit that it needs to remain on the statue books of Barbados. I did no survey as to when it was enacted, but I believe all of those people who are now dead enacted this law years ago to save weird sexual perverts from themselves.

Not even animals, although they only have instinct, try to mate with their own sex.



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