DJ Ice, a Ghanaian UK-based lesbian, says being a lesbian or gay has nothing to do with spiritual problems as viewed by most people, especially Ghanaians.
According to her, while her parents tried to take her to church to seek deliverance, as she was only drawn to females, her condition did not improve.
Speaking on Atinka TV’s morning show with Ekourba Gyasi Simpremu, DJ Ice also said being g.a.y has little to do with hormonal imbalance, saying it’s about choices.
As her parents were trying to stop her from the act, she said she didn’t listen to them because she didn’t want to go to the opposite s*x.
She further clarified that she doesn’t enjoy s*x with the opposite s*x, nor is she drawn to them.
Even though she had male s*xual advances, she said she declined their suggestions because she didn’t like them.
DJ Ice, meanwhile, said she was married to another woman who was pregnant.
She said that she bought sperm from the sperm bank to get a seed that would impregnate the woman.
When asked if she was ever going to change her mind, she said she was not going to change her mind about getting married to the same s*x.
“Who I am, I have embraced. For all these years, I have been through all that, and I have loved myself,’ she said.
Mr. Frank Doyi, Acting Director of Amnesty International Ghana, for his part, said that gays have the right to be identified with the same s*x as lovers.