21 people arrested for advocating for sexual minorities in Ho

You can’t make this stuff up. 21 “LGBTQI” advocates, assembled for a conference, were detained and arrested in the Ghanaian town of… Ho. From the New York Daily News:

The U.S. State Department and the World Bank are among foreign aid donors urging Ghana to protect the rights of the country’s LGBTQI community, days after 21 people were arrested for “advocating LGBTQI activities,” according to a police spokesman.

On Thursday, 16 women and five men attending a conference at a hotel in the southeastern city of Ho were arrested by local police.

The group was participating in training for paralegals on documenting and reporting human rights violations experienced by sexual minorities in Ghana, according to the human rights organization Rightify Ghana.

A few years ago, Forbes published a freedom map of Africa, in which Ghana ranked near the top:

This is a pattern we see over and over again; sexual minorities seem to suffer the most in black societies. Get used to it LGBTQI people, because at current trends, the entire world will soon be one big black society. Where will you seek asylum then?

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