Treat Others Kindly, Don’t Judge

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‘The gays don’t want your kids, morons, scorn your gay neighbour Steve but feel super comfortable leaving your children with drunk creepy uncle Lester and pervy Aunty Gladys’


Alicia Chamely
By Alicia Chamely

CAN someone explain to me why in year of the Lord 2023, when our nation is literally burning down thanks to corruption, greed, crime and tribalism, people loosing their marbles over a book no one is forcing them to read or buy?

Oh wait! It’s one of those rainbow people, LGBTQ books aimed at indoctrinating and sexualising our precious little rose buds! Quick R-U-N away from R.I.K! Boycott it! Burn it down!

It’s totally okay that they sell very illustrated books on the Karma Sutra, anal sex and all other types of heterosexual intercourse… all within our children’s eye level… but that Rainbow book is the problem! All this talk of acceptance, how dare they!

Y’all be serious eh!

‘…I’m more of a pork and beans girl… if you know what I mean…’

Other than the ridiculous level of ignorant homophobia being put on display I have a huge problem with the constant diatribe about anything LGBTQ being a huge threat to our children, a device of sexualisation.

Because us hetros never do anything that could be seen as child sexualisation, like encouraging two toddlers to kiss at a birthday cake cutting, dressing girls in crop tops and short shorts, telling our children “Papayo! Them little girls/boys gonna be chasing you”, letting them listen to songs with sexually explicit lyrics, letting them witness grown adults wining and grinding all over each other, letting them emulate suggestive dance moves on TikTok or letting them run wild on YouTube and other forms of social media which is just filled with sexual suggestiveness and perverts.

But nah, blame the LGBTQ community, because learning that people can be same-sex-oriented or do not subscribe to gender, is the worst thing for our children.

Honestly, let’s be reasonable here. Fun fact, your child isn’t always going to be attached to your bosom and in life will encounter a variety people, all that book is trying to do is let your children know that there are different people in the world and everyone deserves to be treated with respect.

The fact that people thought this was going on the national booklist had me in stitches. Seriously, our backwards, archaic education system that still preaches “abstinence is best” introducing books on the LGBTQ community. I mean, if anything it showed how much the education system failed a large population of adults who have zero critical thinking or comprehension skills and will believe every and anything.

I have never understood homophobia or transphobia. Who cares what other people do in their bedrooms or to their bodies, once it’s consensual and doesn’t cause harm to others? Don’t come to me with any paedophile talk, because statistically it has been proven that your child is more likely to be assaulted by a family member or religious leader who identifies as straight. The gays don’t want your kids, morons, scorn your gay neighbour Steve but feel super comfortable leaving your children with drunk creepy uncle Lester and pervy Aunty Gladys.

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When we don’t understand something or view something as contrary to societal norms, it is normal to feel some fear, some discomfort. Instead of acknowledging this, people cling to hate, discrimination, and fear. They will use all sorts of tools to justify their dislike and over time it becomes ingrained in them and is often passed on through the generations.

If you don’t understand homosexuality or transsexuality, that’s okay. I don’t either, I mean it’s weird for me to imagine being attracted to another woman, I’m more of a pork and beans girl… if you know what I mean. But I understand, biologically we are different and in our differences is the true beauty of humanity.

And while I am at it, I have a serious problem with people using religion to justify their biases. People who only see the inside of a church for weddings, Christmas and Easter, belting out phrases from Leviticus but conveniently forgetting that Leviticus also says you shouldn’t be wearing any blended fabrics like polyester, you shouldn’t eat pork, have sex outside of marriage or get tattoos. Is it me or it always some dummy with a social media name like SexyB0$$Geminii who busts out the Bible versus real quick, but a glance at their profile shows them breaking every commandment and more. You can’t be selective!

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Correct me if I am wrong but wasn’t the whole message of my main homie Jesus and in fact the main message of all religions, to treat others kindly, do not judge. Jesus hung out with the leapers and prostitutes, who at that time were the marginalised people, who were discriminated against, who people judged as sinners and JC didn’t care, because of kindness.

To all the Leviticus quoters, here’s a great one from the New Testament that you may want to pay attention to :

Galatians 3:28 “There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for ye are all one in Christ Jesus.”

We are all the same in the eyes of Lord, so get over yuh selves and stop blaming religion for your hate.

So as I wrap up, I would like to commend all the members of LGBTQ community in T&T for continuing to shine and be themselves in a nation filled with such miseducation and baseless discrimination. Continue standing proud. Happy Pride Month!


One thought on “Treat Others Kindly, Don’t Judge

  1. This issue is already in our schools, our homes, in private conversation. Private relationship exist in our society. A new level in our Book stores.
    A conversation is needed at our national level (our Parliament).
    If not done there are going to be mixed and mis information that can lead to civil disobedience
    America is on fire, so let us wet our country.

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