Thursday, April 18, 2024

Activists against LGBT agenda


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Keep the buggery laws in place!

That’s the view of a five-member panel of Christian activists in defence of maintaining the traditional Barbadian family based on biblical principles and values.

Participating in a discussion organised by Project Hope Ministries, a Christian education organisation, medical practitioner Dr Lynda Williams cautioned against an LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) agenda which she said would lead to a “deconstruction” of the family.

Expressing concern about the impact of the LGBT agenda, Ambrose Carter, an advocate of“pure sex”, said a change in the laws would lead to a child seeking medical attention without a parent’s knowledge.

“A child can seek a sex change without a parent’s knowledge,” he told an audience at the Nazarene church at Collymore Rock last Saturday.

“I should be able to say I stand for biblical sex,” Carter, who heads Ammar Empowerment Network, said. (HH)

Please read the full story in the Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.

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