Posts by Rasputin
As I kept exploring the forum I was shocked for the huge lack of forum games thus I shall be presenting one to you: Ask the person below you a question!
Its simple: The previous poster has a certain question posted, you shall answer this question and ask a new question for the next poster.
(So only answer the question of the person right before you).
In this case I myself will be the previous poster and shall ask the first question:
What is your favorite food
We need this one over here too.
Controversial figure Rahmatulloh Saifutdinov is known for his anti-gay and LGBTI views and rhetoric. But seriously?
An Imam from Uzbekistan has made a surprising announcement: fantasizing about strangers will produce gay babies.
Controversial figure Rahmatulloh Saifutdinov upholds the country’s anti-gay and LGBTI views and rhetoric.
The preacher, who holds sermons at the Mirzo Yusuf Mosque in Tashkent, has previously called homosexuality ‘a disease that worries the world community’.
But on Friday 2 March, the Imam made the surprising suggestion that people who were imagining someone else when having sexual intercourse, according to RFE/RL.org.
He said women who were thinking about other men than their husbands when engaging in intercourse were going to produce gay babies.
Imam says thoughts ‘may lead to the birth of a lesbian child’
‘Women are fantasising about handsome Turkish soap opera actors,’ the Imam said.
‘There are many such posts on social media by some married women.
‘It’s like having three people taking part in the intercourse.
‘Men, too, are not allowed to imagine another beautiful woman when they are having sexual intercourse with their wives, because this may lead to the birth of a lesbian child,’ Saifutdinov continued.
The country’s strict anti-gay laws have seen many fall victim to intimidation, torture and violence.
Uzbek torture methods forbidden by international law
In December of last year, two men were arrested and tortured for gay sex.
Police said the two men, both in their 20s, are facing three years in prison for ‘engaging in illegal sexual relations’.
The couple had moved into a rented apartment in Tashkent, the capital of the former Soviet nation, in September.
Authorities confirmed to media they conducted ‘anal probe torture’, an intrusive and out-dated practice banned under international law.
They found one man had engaged in ‘repeated sexual intercourse’.
It involves examining someone’s anus to check for traces of sperm.
They also take pictures to ‘study’ the shape of the hole.
If it is wider, the more ‘likely’ the person has engaged in gay sex.
Also, Moscow City Court announced they would uphold a fine and deportation order given to Uzbek gay journalist Ali Feruz.
Pakistan’s trans community has launched a manifesto to help secure more social and political rights in the country.
The Transgender and Intersex Community Election Manifesto lists 33 demands in order to secure more transgender rights for people in Pakistan.
Vying for quotas so that transgender people can be represented in politics, asking for the right to participate in political demonstrations, as well as a review of the legal frameworks that discriminate against gender minorities are listed in the document, which was published in The Express Tribune.
In a bid to secure more rights for trans people in Peshawar region, trans campaigner Rahim Dada Khan has filed a petition to the High Court to require the government to introduce a quota for trans people to get government jobs.
The Senate has recently voted through a spate of amendments in order to protect transgender rights.
Rape of a transgender person would also come with a death sentence or jail of up to 25 years, and the eviction of a transgender tenant will result in a jail term between six months and two years imprisonment or fine up to Rs100,000 (US$904).
“The transgender community is opposed to the idea of setting up a medical board that should determine their gender fearing that they might be subjected to embarrassment and harassment,” said Chairperson of the Senate Functional Committee on Human Rights Senator Nasreen Jalil.
“The bill provides protection to the members of the transgender community and prohibits attack on their self-esteem and mistreatment.”
Marvia Malik presented Kohenoor News in Lahore this week, making it a landmark moment in the country’s broadcasting history.
“I got a lot of appreciation from those associated with the fashion industry when I did catwalk modelling two weeks back, and now this … it’s quite overwhelming,” Malik said to Reuters.
The government has also approved the right for transgender people can be their gender without medical approval.
Pakistan legally recognised transgender people as a third gender in 2012.