The Moral and Legal Frontiers of Homosexuality, Lesbianism and Gayism: A Paradox for the Third Millennium
Solomon A. M. Ekwenze
Anambra State University, Igbariam Campus
November 11, 2012
Recently, there has been an upsurge in the activism of homosexuals, Lesbians and gay people. Even more shocking is the caliber of people in society who are into these perversions. In the light of this, this paper examines the moral and legal issues resulting from the practice. Drawing from the the Holy Books and accounts of philosopher Kings, it postulates that the so called "same-sex marriages" are against the will of God. The essence of human existence and the propagation of mankind. There was an extensive review of legal provisions criminalizing such perversions as homosexuality, lesbianism and gayism being termed unnatural offenses.
Finally, it concludes that society should rise in unison against these threats to the continued existence of the human race as procreation cannot result from same-sex marriages. In all, homosexuals, lesbians, and gay persons should not be allowed to adopt children.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 23
Keywords: Homosexuality, Lesbianism, Gay, Moral implications and the rule of Law
Date posted: December 5, 2012