Authorities allegedly forced two men to pose naked for photos earlier this week before arresting them for having sex in a Ghana hotel room. A hotel employee burst into the room and eventually called the police after growing suspicious of the year-old man and his year-old lover, according to Ghana media outlets. The men were then ordered to pose naked together and even forced to simulate sex for some of the photos, which were spread across social media in an attempt to publicly shame them. Both men are currently in custody while police investigate the incident. Homosexual acts are illegal in the African country and punishable by up to three years in prison. Adam Salandra. Adam Salandra is a writer, performer and host in Los Angeles. When he's not covering the latest in pop culture, you can find him playing with his French Bulldog puppy or hovering over the table of food at any social gathering.
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Homophobes have continued their aggravated attacks on people they believe to be gay or lesbian in Ghana. One of the victims, Mensah, told Human Rights Defenders Ghana that he met one of the guys on a social hook up app. They stripped him naked, took pictures of him and sent him to a bathroom where he they detained him with another victim while they tried to find more victims. The assailants forced to kiss and caress whilst they took videos and photos of them. The later posted the videos on social media. LGBTI Women in Ghana interviewed by Human Rights Watch said they had been beaten, evicted from their homes and ostracized by their communities while many struggle to find employment and accommodation. Human Rights Defenders Ghana will continue to monitor and record cases of discrimination and violence against minority groups in Ghana. Buatsi Redeemer. In addition, they were stripped naked, videoed and photographed. They both decided to meet at Kasoa where they could get to know each other.
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A business associate in Ghana is a married, middle-aged marketing manager, and he has a young assistant who goes with him everywhere. All of us in the room clocked the moment. Although we never spoke of it directly, we caught ourselves smirking about what exactly it was this young man did for his marketing manager boss, especially after the boy was unusually absent from our follow-up meeting the next week. His boss said that he was busy, planning for their extended weekend trip up north, visiting customers and handing out awards to their various top distributors. It was something they did together every month or two. Apparently, sharing the same hotel room at each leg of their journey, to keep costs down—and that got me thinking. Why would you when you can do it unsuspectingly right under the noses of everyone? You can be queer undercover. In fact, African culture seems ready-made for it. There are houseboys, chauffeurs, gardeners and personal assistants, all as part of everyday life.
The man believed to be in his 30s proved to friends he could do anything for money. A man, believed to be in his 30s, stripped naked in a broad day light and walked about freely to earn N10, at Kabayi, Mararaba, near Abuja. The City News gathered that the drama started when the man, whose identity was not disclosed, decided to prove to his friends that he could do anything for money. The man told his friends that he could walk naked for money but they did not believe him, challenging him to walk his talk for N10, A witness said that the man surprisied his friends, pulled off his clothes and walked on the streets naked while people trooped out to watch the 'absurdity. A witness, who pleaded anonymity, told our reporter: "I couldn't believe it but it is real. I saw people running to have a glimpse while others, maybe scared, stayed away. The witness, however, said that the man was probably insane while some residents said he may have been influenced by drugs.