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The law defines unnat­ural car­nal knowl­edge as “sex­ual inter­course with a per­son in an unnat­ural man­ner or with an ani­mal.” - Ghana:- Reggae star Blakk Rasta says being gay is "a mental/genetic disorder" (2011).- Ghana Drive to Limit Same-Sex Marriage Paves way for Gay Criminalization (2010).

There are so many ways to make a difference and explore one of Africa’s most peaceful, beautiful countries.Ghana is one of Africa’s safest, most peaceful countries - and an excellent place to volunteer abroad.When you visit Ghana, you’ll be exposed to 40 different languages in the country’s 10 regions, hundreds of animal species throughout Ghana’s national parks, and so much more.He’s published 5 collections of poetry and some of these collections are accompanied with audio of the poems in Ewe – his native language.Anyidoho has won many awards for his poetry like the Ayi Kwei Armah is a highly acclaimed Ghanaian novelist, poet and pan-African.Being a lover of African literature and literature of the diaspora, I find that Ghanaian authors and their work aren’t as popular as Kenyan, South African, Nigerian or Zimbabwean literature.is a series that highlights and celebrates various Ghanaian writers and their work. I hope your TBR lists grow once you take the time to appreciate these writers and their work through the series.Armah’s work is known to critically examine moral integrity that exists between the past and present, with poetic energy.A Note from Ghana to Homosexuals: “Go Elsewhere” (2011): As you pass through immi­gra­tion at Accra Inter­na­tional Air­port, before you reach the bag­gage claim, there is a sign which reads “Wel­come!! Homo­sex­u­al­ity is socially and legally unac­cept­able in Ghana. The tone of the seem­ingly friendly sign changes abruptly, how­ever, when you read the note high­lighted in red below the greet­ing: “Ghana does not wel­come pae­dophiles and other sex­ual deviants.” The sign then pro­ceeds to assert that Ghana “imposes extremely harsh penal­ties on such sex­u­ally aber­rant behav­ior,” and that if you hap­pen to be one of these sex­ual deviants, then you should “go else­where” for “everybody’s good.” In Ghana, “sex­u­ally aber­rant behav­ior” includes homo­sex­u­al­ity, and for that mat­ter any kind of sex­u­al­ity other than het­ero­sex­u­al­ity.It is lumped together with bes­tial­ity in Sec­tion 104 of Ghana’s crim­i­nal code, oth­er­wise known as the “Unnat­ural Car­nal Knowl­edge” law.