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Mr Godfrey Kuteesa. COURTESY PHOTO.
We live in a generation where personal preference or choice is considered by many to have priority over God’s design. Today’s culture has come up to assert that instead of two sexes, there are a multitude of “genders” and that one can choose a gender that’s different from the sex they were assigned at birth.
This doctrine has penetrated many homes in Uganda, something Mr Godfrey Kutesa, says the body of Christ should not ignore, but publicly condemn.
The proprietor of the ‘Boys Mentorship Programme,’ explained Wednesday that families should “be bold and say no” to the controversial movement and ideology he said seeks to redefine God’s creation of humanity.
“The more you ignore, the more they seem acceptable,”he warmed parents, expressing shock at the growing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community in Uganda.
Is my sex determined by my decision in my mind or by God’s design in my nature? Mr Kutesa encouraged parents to start talking to their children about their sexuality at a tender age (Genesis 1:27, ESV).
He urged that due to an increasing focus of pop culture, social media, movies, politics, and the academic world, many children may be confused about their gender.
For a boy, he told parents, “keep telling him that “you’re a boy not a girl, you’re a “he” not a “she”,” he said.
He went on, “be intentional on these things. Rebuke those “girly” tendencies on your boy whenever you get a chance. A child is teachable between 0-12 yrs. Use that time to talk to him about masculinity and how it’s good be male.”
“Don’t just just look on as he’s being gender confused. Correct him each time you see him acting “girly”, wearing wigs, make up, painting nails and wearing skirts. Rebuke such acts,” Mr Kutesa insisted. “Sit him down and make him love being male. Teach him that a boy loves and has feelings for a girl not a fellow boy! That’s how God made it!”
Godfrey Kutesa, a rehabilitator of victims of sexual abuse, stated that boys who act girly are usually a target of sodomists. “In their act of being like girls they attract men who are gender and sexually confused and end up taking them on,” he said.
As reported on Christian News Uganda - Access the Original News Source Here.