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In today’s article we discuss “Homosexuality” from the psychological perspective given by Dr. Umar A. Johnson. We discuss this in order to understand the differing psychology of Occidentals (Europeans) and Originals (Africans). Please enjoy, then promote our Organization, the African Blood Siblings. We build African Blood Siblings Community Centers at home and abroad to make loving, knowledgeable and wise Africans at home and abroad. Write to help and distribute our flyer.
Dr. Umar A. Johnson speaks on the History of Homosexuality
By Onitaset Kumat
Dr. Umar A. Johnson (in “History of Homosexuality”) here speaks about homosexuality and its history. He starts on how homosexuality has, until 1973, been considered a mental disorder. This claim, he continues, was lifted due to needs of population control for African people. He later speaks on the fact that many of our male African ancestors were raped and today many male African leaders are forced into homosexuality for the maintenance of the status quo. In short order, he references Greco-Roman homosexuality and pedophilia as well as early Christian misogyny–what I call Occidentalism. Then he expounds upon female homosexuality: linking a hatred of men for past molestations and abuses with lesbianism. Finally, he ends with this powerful phrase: “Is it advantageous for our Black women, for so many Black men to be gay? PERIOD! . . . How in the hell do you prepare for a war with White supremacy when most of your men want to have sex with the White man that he’s supposed to be fighting?”
As far as Originalism is concerned, I must confess being inspired by a religious person who asked why are women and men as they are if they were not meant for one another. I continue then to suggest complementarity and how neither sex can complement itself. Truly, the man’s genitals and the female’s genitals match. Hence our spiritual sciences are necessarily for heterosexuality.
It does bring the question of ‘intersexes’ to the forefront; but not exactly. In Originalism, Amon, the Creator, is intersex. This is the basis of circumcisions. But that’s another topic. Hotep!
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