Men who engage in oral sex have been described as “foolish, perverted and abnormal” individuals who must have no place in the circles of reasonable people, as reported.
The act, according to private legal practitioner and founder of the Legal Advocacy Foundation, Dr Maurice Ampaw, does not only deviates from the natural order of sexual intercourse but also breaches the laws of Ghana.
Speaking in an interview on Kumasi-based Angel FM monitored by MyNewsGh.com, Maurice Ampaw challenged Ghanaians to feel free to report any persons they may find engaging in oral sex to the police to effect their arrest.
“Such matters are not reported because it often involves two willing individuals and so there are no complainants; but if you have any evidence of such acts rush to the police to report it”, he said.
Describing oral sex as “unholy, criminal, disgusting and obscene”, he called out people who have had occasions to use their mouths on the genitalia of others as “foolish abnormal perverts” who are destined for hell fire.
“There is no place for the penis or vagina in anybody’s mouth, so if they bite it off or transmit any diseases” in the process, the law would not hold them for any harm.
It would be recalled that in September 2016, the penis of a commander of the Ghana National Fire Service in Techiman, Mr Eric Ansah Andoh was bitten off when he attempted to forcibly have sex with his subordinate.
Lawyer Maurice Ampaw said he personally went to court to defend the lady and won, because the man had no business sticking his penis in her mouth.