Malaysia is a Moral Country, no unnatural sex please!

Posted: November 6, 2011 in Anak Bangsa Malaysia, Anwar Ibrahim, gay marriage, Gay Sex, homosexuality, lesbian, Malaysia, relationship
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In Malaysia, gays, lesbians, transgender and transvestites are all considered scourge of society. Authorities in Malaysia who claim to be moralist do take serious measures to quell “immoral acts”, because to them, Malaysia is a moral country. Is it?

Malaysia also does not condone “SEXS LUAR TABII (unnatural sex)”…even a blow job would be considered unnatural sex, don’t talk about SODOMY as that too would land you in jail for up to 20 years like how Anwar Ibrahim who is now fighing so hard to stay out of jail for having had unnatural sex with a 25-year-old gay name Saiful. In fact this is the second time Anwar Ibrahim has been involved in a sex trial. He lost his post as deputy prime minister in 1998 after being charged with sodomising his family’s former driver Azizan and abusing his power to cover up his actions, both of which he denied. He was freed in 2004 after six years in prison when a court overturned the sodomy conviction.

Wonder why so many people in Malaysia are homophobic? What do they have against a man loving another man or a woman loving another woman? Is it not that Love is something that every person in this world feels or is capable of feeling? So what if that love happens to be directed at someone of the same gender? I don’t understand what so big deal about this.

Please, please don’t get it wrong, I, myself am straight, but I support Gay Rights. Why? Because I was raised to be accepting of people who were different from me. Not only that, I also have friends who are homosexual and I find them to be very nice people and I find them very creative and talented, true! Look at Elton John, such a great singer songwriter he is. Remember David Bowie, Freddie Mercury, Boy George, Ricky Wilson, George Michael, Ricky Martin and so many more, our own Sudirmam Hj Arshad – all very talented people! In fact, I do have a relative who is a doctor but gay (boy! my relatives are going to hate me for saying this here).

Speaking of which, I do understand that some people were raised to be intolerant of difference, but that explanation only goes so far.

Is this all merely an outward reaction to the insecurity (conscious OR subconscious) in one’s own sexuality? Or is there something else to it?

Now, I’m gonna be honest here because I’m sure someone from my church out there is gonna read this and start throwing bible passages at my face and condemn me for not being religious and for haven’t taken the time to read the bible.

Jokes aside, anyway below please find a video of “Ahmad” a Malaysian, living in Kuala Lumpur, who shares his struggles of being gay in Malaysia.

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  1. shiva shakt says:

    Human body is 50 % male, 50 % female right, How 1ne enjoys SEX IS A PRIVATE AFFAIRS. y RELIGIOUS POLICE CARES ??
    Police, Politicans, Priests take care NOT to get entangle in :

    CORRUPTIONS
    ADULTRY
    PLUNDERING THE NATIONS’ WEALTH FOR PERSONAL USE
    RACIAL SENTIMENTS
    CHEATING THE PUBLIC
    HOLIER THEN THOU ATTITUDE
    FAIR WEATHER FRENSM
    MAKING AN ISSUE FROM NOTHING
    TRIAL FOR ALL CORRUPT PUBLIC FIGURES ( PAST, PRESENT )
    CORRUPTIONS BREADS IN Y-O-U-R BACKYARDS !!!!!!!!

    DO NOT POLITISE SEX ALONE.
    WITHOUT SEX U ARE NOT HERE.

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  2. Dr Sen Gupta Berkeley says:

    Dear Mr Selva, I am a psychiatrist and have done much work in this subject. Please contact me I have sent you an email.

    I will like to write a little for your readers understanding of the marginalized.

    Theories abound when it comes to why some people are homosexual and I do not propose to examine the nuances in detail. Some people believe that hormones are responsible. Some have it that masculinity and femininity are on a continuum and depending on where precisely one locates oneself on it, one could be gay or straight. Others believe that childhood events and the nature of the relationship with the opposite gender parent are implicated. And still others maintain that gayness is the natural state of all human beings and that straightness is the deviance. Whatever the reasons that are responsible for homosexuality, it is important to remember that homosexuals are just a group of people who have made a conscious choice to practise a different form of life. Hopefully, in the foreseeable future, the law too will see that alternate sexuality is just an adult choice and not an aberration. Until then, let’s just leave them alone to choose their partners and get on with their lives, just like the rest of the world does.

    Thank you,

    Dr Gupta

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  3. John Singapore says:

    Dear Webmaster I post this for you to see for yourself what kind of Minister you have in your country. I feel sorry for you guys in Malaysia….

    http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/minister-says-being-gay-is-unconstitutional/
    Minister says being gay is unconstitutional
    UPDATED @ 12:18:01 PM 21-11-2011
    By Shazwan Mustafa Kamal
    November 21, 2011

    KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 21 — A federal minister said today it is unconstitutional for a person to be homosexual in Malaysia, but did not back up his claims with any provision.

    There are no provisions in the federal constitution which directly mention the sexual preference of individuals.

    Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Jamil Khir Baharom (picture) however cited sections 377(a), (b), (c) and (d) of the Penal Code to justify his argument.

    The sections relate to carnal intercourse against the order of nature.

    “In reality, in the country’s constitution it is not allowed, including sections 377(a), (b), (c) and (d) which prohibit sexual relations between two men,” said Jamil, who is in charge of Islamic affairs and head of the Malaysian Department of Islamic Development (Jakim).

    Jamil’s remarks were in response to a question about the banned “Seksualiti Merdeka” event, during an interview with Umno-owned Utusan Malaysia.

    The minister said Malaysians had a responsibility to unite and stop any promotion of homosexual, lesbian or bisexual practices.

    Jamil said his understanding of the event was that its organisers wanted “freedom” of sexual orientation for lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transexuals (LGBT).

    “This is a deviation from society’s norms. We should help them go back to the right path, not acknowledge their practices,” he added.

    Gay rights were a hotly debated topic here recently after a police clampdown saw organisers of Seksualiti Merdeka call off the festival early this month.

    Seksualiti Merdeka, a movement championing the freedom of sexual orientation and gender identity, was banned by authorities despite having held its festival annually since 2008.

    Human rights activists, including Datuk Paduka Marina Mahathir, lashed out at media reports describing the event as a “free sex festival”, and threatened to sue if the matter was not clarified.

    Four other activists, including electoral reform movement Bersih 2.0 chairman Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan, were also questioned by police over their involvement in the festival that outraged several Muslim groups.

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  4. John Singapore says:

    One of your federal minister said today it is unconstitutional for a person to be homosexual in Malaysia, but did not back up his claims with any provision.

    There are no provisions in the federal constitution which directly mention the sexual preference of individuals.

    What is wrong with your Ministers, they all seem to be half bake, they don’t even seem to know your constitution? Do they read or what? How do they elect such idiotic fellows into Parliament and then make them ministers in your country? Can you please explain

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  5. richstuelgal says:

    Moral country Malaysia is NOT. The outrage and the sheer ensationalization of anything remotedly related to sex is journalistic comedy . What these newsmen needs to do is expose the corruptions of politicians and government employeees. The abouse of power by the police should me made headlines everytime it occurs. What is the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Agency up to ?

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  6. lim pc says:

    UMNO politicians are a bunch of hypocrites, its all to do about sex sex and more sex

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  7. Risad G. says:

    Malaysia a moral country ? Try again. Are Malaysians more concerned about what goes on in someone’s bed rooms behind close doors than the rampant ABUSE OF PWER by the Police, and the CORRUPTIONs by Law makers ? Where is the outrage ?

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  8. Anonymous says:

    God created Adam and Eve not Adam and Steve

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  9. Anonymous says:

    Real change will come only when people can accept there can be “maleness in female body and femaleness in a male body

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