First of all,  this topic is one I normally wouldn't want to discuss,  cos of its sensitivity and the controversy it can generate.

In some advanced nation,  people's sexuality and sexual orientation are seen as their personal rights and choice that should be respected.

But in Nigeria,  where i come from,  the only sexuality and sexual orientation culturally permissible is  that you are STRAIGHT.  Gay/Lesbians often practice their sexuality Discreetly.

However,  due to influences,  we see some kids of around 10yrs, exhibit sexual tendencies that are foreign to our culture and parents are at cross road on what to do.

Usually,  the first thing is for most Nigerian parents expectedly to take such child to a pastor for deliverance session. Painfully, such parent is going about it the wrong way because of ignorance.

First of all, such boy needs to be interrogated. He wasn’t born gay, he might have been abused by a gaudy person and his first perception of sex was with a male and it became his reality. While I was in the boarding school,  a friend wrote,' I woke up one night to see a guy on top of me sexually harassing me. I was naive and young, I felt so dirty though I didn’t know what that was. If I wasn’t strong I would have turned out gay because when that happened, I’ve never had sex with a girl. This is how people are influenced at a young age'.

Therefore, such boy should be questioned, then, he needs a psychologist or a therapist because he is still young and his psyche can still easily be altered. Parents shouldn’t take such child to a pastor,  though, it’s not a bad idea, however,  such case is not a spiritual problem.

Issues like this are formed habits and you don’t pray out of habits. The same way you ‘behaved’ into it, you ‘behave’ out of it. It’s a behavioral thing.
This marked difference is what Nigerian parents need to know while parenting.

Yours inspirationally'

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