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           Comment on Haiti: The university planning a green revolution by Dr. Y.       Cache   Translate Page      
So good to know! I salute this great work! I also was surprised to see that there was a city named Haut-Limbé in Haiti, given that there is a city named Limbe also in Cameroon (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Limbe,_Cameroon).
          Council should act on Bahrain, Egypt, Turkey, Cameroon, and the Philippines      Cache   Translate Page      

While the Council has several critical situations on its agenda, we are alarmed that the crises in many countries deepen while the Council stands idly by.

Civic space in Bahrain has continued to shrink as prominent rights defenders, journalists and opposition leaders are harshly punished for rights activism or criticizing the authorities.

In Egypt, police systematically use torture, arbitrary arrests, and enforced disappearances to silence political dissent under the guise of combatting terrorism. Authorities are actively dismantling independent civil society through restrictive legislation, detaining journalists, censoring websites, and prosecuting rights defenders.

Turkey remains the world leader in jailing journalists with more than 180 reporters, writers, and media workers in pretrial detention facing terrorism charges.

Violence escalated in Cameroon after protests broke out in 2016, and the authorities responded with rampant rights violations, including arbitrary arrests, torture of detainees, extrajudicial executions, and the burning of homes and property.

Accountability for the tens of thousands of extrajudicial killings in President Duterte’s murderous “war on drugs” in the Philippines remains virtually non-existent, and repression of government critics and rights defenders continues to rise. 

In none of these countries has the Council taken action to put in place monitoring and reporting or investigations. This failure is magnified when we recall that almost all of these countries are sitting Council members, meant to uphold the highest standards of human rights. We call upon states to give these situations the response they deserve. The Council’s credibility depends on it, just as thousands of victims and survivors on the ground depend on this Council.


          Nigerians grieve the death of Pius Adesanmi, postcolonial scholar and public intellectual      Cache   Translate Page      
A consistent voice that spoke bitter truth to power Screenshot of Professor Pius Adesanmi who lost his life in the Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crash on March 10, 2019. Death arrives among all that sound / like a shoe with no foot in it, / like a suit with no man in it … — Pablo … Continua la lettura di Nigerians grieve the death of Pius Adesanmi, postcolonial scholar and public intellectual
          UNICEF: CAR is most dangerous country for children      Cache   Translate Page      

Bangui, Central African Republic, Mar 11, 2019 / 10:00 pm (CNA).- Despite last month’s peace agreement between the Central African Republic government and rebel factions, the country’s citizens, especially children, continue to face violence and famine.

"This is the most dangerous place in the world for children," Caryl Stern, the CEO of United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund in the U.S. (UNICEF USA), told NBC News.

Ongoing battles between Muslim and Christian rebels have taken thousands of lives and displaced millions of people since 2013. The Political Accord for Peace and Reconciliation, signed in Kourham, Sudan, in February, is the eighth agreement to have occured.

Because of the violence between rebel groups, the country of over four million people has a shortage of necessities. According to UNICEF, 1.5 million children are at risk for starvation, 950,000 children are without access to safe water, and, in 2019, 38,000 children under the age of five will suffer severe acute malnutrition.

The children are not only threatened by a lack of food and water; they also face the risk of being recruited as child soldiers against their will.

According to NBC News, rebel groups control about 75 percent of the country, while the government has authority over the capital and other small sections. The country is dangerous for humanitarian groups; 396 attacks on aid workers took place last year.

David Brownstein, the U.S. chargé d'affaires in the Central African Republic, has expressed concern that the unstable nature of the country will give ISIS the opportunity to take hold of the area and promote further violence.  

"ISIS takes advantage of vacuums. Literal vacuums, security vacuums, governance vacuums, perceived moral vacuums," Brownstein said, according to NBC News.

In February, a peace agreement was reached after a lengthy dialogue between the government and 14 major rebel groups. The African Union and United Nations mediated the discussion. Countries such as Chad, Angola, Congo, Gabon, Cameroon, France, Britain, the U.S. and Russia were also involved.

Vatican News reported that, under the agreement, the armed groups promised to refrain from the destruction or occupation of public places and sacred spaces. The deal also required that arm groups not harm civilians or humanitarian workers.

Bishop Juan José Aguirre Muños of Bangassou said the agreement was reached under false pretenses - a means for rebel groups to gain more control of the resource rich land, according to Vida Nueva.

"Although they already have control of 80% of the mines of diamonds, gold, cobalt, mercury ... and of transhumance, they want more,” he said.

“It is a screen to hide everything from above and continue conquering the country and stealing raw materials,” he added.

 


          Getty Museum presents 'Encore: Reenactment in Contemporary Photography'      Cache   Translate Page      
From reenactments of battles to dramatic theater productions, the restaging of historical events has a long history. For some contemporary photographers, reimaging events for the camera has become a powerful means to explore art historical narratives or reinterpret personal stories. Encore: Reenactment in Contemporary Photography, on view March 12-June 9, 2019 at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Getty Center features seven photographers who employ reenactment as a tool to investigate the past: Eileen Cowin (American, born 1947), Christina Fernandez (American, born 1965), Samuel Fosso (Cameroonian, born 1962), Yasumasa Morimura (Japanese, born 1951), Yinka Shonibare CBE
          Alice Austine – Husband for life | @AustineAlice      Cache   Translate Page      

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          With 500 days left until 2020 Games, it's time to boost local-int'l exchange      Cache   Translate Page      

There are 500 days left until the start of the Tokyo 2020 Games.
Interviews for prospective games volunteers began last month, and applications for the lottery for regular events tickets will open in April.
The feeling that the games are on their way is almost tangible, and not just in Tokyo or regional areas hosting events. That's what the central government-backed Host Town Initiative is all about. The program works with local bodies to set up sports and cultural exchange events with foreign athletes, coaches and staff set to take part in the 2020 Olympics and Paralympics, as well as related figures. As of March 5, 381 local governments across Japan had registered to host guests from 121 of the 207 countries and regions eligible for the games.
In a move related to recovery from the March 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, tsunami and the ensuing nuclear disaster, the village of Iitate, Fukushima Prefecture, in northeastern Japan has become the host town for Laos. The local Iitate Junior High School created its own IOC -- not the "International Olympic Committee," but the "Iitate Olympic Committee" -- and all 42 of the school's students are playing a role in the host city project.
In an effort to support the Southeast Asian athletes when they arrive, some of the students have launched a "culinary research" group to create dishes that combine local foods with Laotian specialties. Other students have set to building a one-tenth scale replica of Patuxai, an iconic triumphal arch in Laos' capital Vientiane.
The children are doing their best to brainstorm and pool ideas on how to best act as a bridge between Laos and Japan. All this is an example of one region's determination to embody the Olympic movement and spirit.
However, 86 countries and regions still do not have a Host Town Initiative local body to go to. Most of these are in Africa and Latin America, many of them unfamiliar to the Japanese or troubled by conflict. The problem for the Host Town Initiative is how to create ties between these places and local Japanese host governments.
It is tough to suddenly strike up exchanges with a place with which one feels no connection and without some kind of specific cue. If people from these places are to be accommodated together, then the host body has to prepare those facilities. That's a tall order for small local governments.
Host towns have also been approved to keep holding exchange events with foreign athletes after the games are over. Perhaps this long-term aspect of the program will make it easier for local bodies to sign up.
During the 2002 FIFA World Cup in Japan and South Korea, the then village of Nakatsue, Oita Prefecture (population approximately 1,300), put up the Cameroon side. The exchanges have continued ever since, setting a good example for what is possible. This kind of project is a major asset for a regional area.
Next summer, some 11,000 athletes from more than 200 countries and regions will descend on Japan. We would like to see preparations to accept them spread across the country, to deepen international exchange.

           Govt Reports Refugee Influx From CAR as Peace Initiative Fails      Cache   Translate Page      
[VOA] Cameroon says there has been an influx of refugees from the Central African Republic (CAR) after several armed militias in the CAR rejected the president's new cabinet as not representative enough, sparking fears of renewed fighting. The U.N. refugee agency, or UNHCR, is trying to take care of them.
           African Traditional Music - Yet Another Feather in Lemmy Moïse's Cap      Cache   Translate Page      
[Cameroon Tribune] The latest honour is for his enduring contributions to cultural promotion through music.
           Ejected Nigerian Refugees From Cameroon Prone to Insurgency Attacks, Says NIF      Cache   Translate Page      
[This Day] Maiduguri -No fewer than 30,000 Nigerian refugees recently ejected from Cameroon are at risk of insurgency attack and lack access to basic humanitarian services, the Nigeria INGO forum (NIF) has raised the alarm.
          Cameroon: 2019 Commonwealth Day - Nurturing Connections for Shared Prosperity      Cache   Translate Page      
[Cameroon Tribune] Stakeholders highlighted the value of global engagement as Cameroon joined other member countries to celebrate the Commonwealth Day yesterday, March 11, 2019
          Cameroon: IDPs Ready to Reconstruct Homes      Cache   Translate Page      
[Cameroon Tribune] Some over 100 families of Internally Displaced persons (IDP) have received building materials in Kumba to start reconstructing their homes in Mbonge Sub-Division, Meme Division of the South West Region. These materials include; 1000 corrugated sheets, 1000 bags cement, plank and nails. The I.D.P's received these building materials from the Senior Divisional Officer for Meme, Ntou'ou Ndong Chamberlin, who explained to them that the gesture was from the Heath of state President Paul Biya who has a lot of con
          Cameroon: Young Entrepreneurs to Visit Bordeaux      Cache   Translate Page      
[Cameroon Tribune] Those selected will spend three weeks in Bordeaux upgrading skills and networking.
          Cameroon: Council Should Act On Bahrain, Egypt, Turkey, Cameroon, and the Philippines      Cache   Translate Page      
[HRW] While the Council has several critical situations on its agenda, we are alarmed that the crises in many countries deepen while the Council stands idly by.
          Cameroon university blocks career of LGBTI activist      Cache   Translate Page      
Cameroon university blocks career of LGBTI activist
- Officials at a Cameroon university have blocked a student's academic career because he is an LGBTI rights activist.

          On the genus Philomyceta of China (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Staphylininae)      Cache   Translate Page      
Philomyceta biwenxuani sp. nov., a new species from China: Xizang: Motuo County, is described. Additional specimens of P. asperipennis Schillhammer, 2012 are examined from China: Yunnan, including the first record of females. Females of an additional unidentified species are recorded from China: Xizang: Nielamu County. The key to species of Philomyceta Cameroon, 1944 is updated.
          Public broadcaster plays important role during elections: Prasar Bharati CEO on fake news      Cache   Translate Page      
Jim Egan spoke on the impact of fake news and showed a report as to how this fake news is affecting India. He added during the election season, BBC will be providing daily feeds in India on Reality Check of fake news.  He also showed a video doing rounds in Cameroon and was checked by ...
          Re: White top seeks black guys      Cache   Translate Page      
hi hope u are well there
can we dial ? i'm from cameroon
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          African Athletes      Cache   Translate Page      
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Any hot African athletes interested in exchanging emails.

I am a Coach in the United States
sometimes visit South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, Senegal and Mozambique looking for athletes

I am on the DOWN LOW (CLOSETED) so I am not out, but some of my players may know because of common interest

I am white (Italian Heritage)
45 years old
5'9
200 pounds
educated and professional

my facebook is house4azia
          for white bottom      Cache   Translate Page      
i m a hot black from cameroon seeking here a ice white for a longterm relationship
          Re: LOOKING FOR BLACK TOP MEN      Cache   Translate Page      
hi there call me philippe
am from cameroon in africa
i want to correspond with u
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          Re: Any stories of sex in CAMEROON ?      Cache   Translate Page      
you got some to share? i had love to hear them. Any tips abt meetingg guys in camer?
          Re: 'Paradise Discovered, At Last'      Cache   Translate Page      
I dont know about you but God has been kind and I discovered mine couple of days ago..... I heard from my Rohit last week and we got together the day before....As a matter of fact he,s lying in bed totally pooped out from our encounter after lunch today and we,ve been at it all afternoon...now thats what I call PARADISE. We lost touch with each other soon after school and then bumped into each other in HongKong much later on Nathan Road ,,while I was on a shopping spree with my wife and he with his. In short ,, we exchanged pleasantries and also our business cards. Some days later I had a call from him asking me if we could get together. It was as if I had found KOHINOOR DIAMOND.... I was perplexed and didnt know if it was all a dream or real. To cut a long story short we did meet up in Delhi and got together in Meridian hotel where we stayed for three whole days ...totally freaked out on each other till none of us had even a drop of cum left. We had such wild lovemaking that would put the best of North Africans or Blacks Or whatever to shame. Although both of us were worried about our marital status and although we had initial inhibitions whether it was right or whatever yet we just freaked out and believe u me it was the best time of my life..and his , too ..or so he told me and I could make out he was not shamming. God has his own ways and I discovered this....it was a very pleasant surprise to be together with the guy of my dreams... Now for the extraordinary bit.....For the first time ever after being forewarned about the rigours of AIDS....We both drank each other's cum many times as if we couldnt do without it.....Mind you..No tests no nothing...it was plain simple love.....We both trusted and just gave into each other. Please dont forget that we both are married people and such things are unheard of in India. I have no idea if I,m ill and I,m sure he is no different. But we both made love in good faith..like old times and I have no regrets whatsoever. Our next encounter is scheduled for Dusseldorf in Germany where I,ve invited him to be my guest for 2 weeks and thereafter , if all goes well, I,ll visit him in Paris where he is working as a Marketing manager and living alone. I want everyone to know that I,ve been with some of the best guys from the world over without having to pay a penny ,save for times when I,ve spent on maybe a meal. I,ve never EVER paid a dime for sex and I,ve had the best of guys of all shapes, sizes and colour from all over....and I,ve NEVER EVER been blackmailed by anyone including the dozen odd Nigerians or the dozen odd Ghanaians or cameroonians or kenyans that I went around with.....mind you ....Not ONE. God be with you all. Cheers.
          Recruitment Cameroon National Institute of Statistics (285 interviewers)      Cache   Translate Page      

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          Cameroun: Maladies tropicales négligées - Des bourses pour la recherche      Cache   Translate Page      
[Cameroon Tribune] Hier mardi 12 mars 2019 à Yaoundé, des étudiants doctorants ont reçu des bourses de l'Organisation de coordination pour la lutte contre les endémies en Afrique centrale.
          Afrique: CAN de Handball 2020 - On attend la visite d'inspection      Cache   Translate Page      
[Cameroon Tribune] Une délégation de la Confédération africaine, conduite par son président, Aremou Mansourou, séjournera au Cameroun à partir du 18 mars prochain.
          Cameroun: Défense - Les nouveaux responsables installés      Cache   Translate Page      
[Cameroon Tribune] Nommés le 5 mars dernier par le président de la République, ils ont pris fonction hier au cours d'une cérémonie présidée par le MINDEF, Joseph Beti Assomo
          Cameroun: Nécessaires clarifications      Cache   Translate Page      
[Cameroon Tribune] La météo politique particulièrement agitée ces derniers temps suscite ici et là des réactions dont la tonalité renseigne suffisamment sur les sensibilités des uns et des autres. L'actualité et le contexte aidant, la précipitation le dispute souvent à la passion, donnant parfois l'impression que certaines prises de position trahissent une méconnaissance des faits.
          Cameroun: Education de base - Premiers salaires pour 3 000 contractuels      Cache   Translate Page      
[Cameroon Tribune] Ces instituteurs intégrés à la Fonction publique en 2018 sont au bout du processus d'insertion.
          Cameroun: Prix des produits brassicoles - Les producteurs persistent      Cache   Translate Page      
[Cameroon Tribune] Au terme d'une concertation hier entre les acteurs du secteur, il a été proposé une augmentation de 0 à 50 F par bouteille. La décision du Mincommerce attendue.
          Cameroun: Pagne du 8 mars - Après la fête...      Cache   Translate Page      
[Cameroon Tribune] Une fois la célébration passée, les commerçants peinent à écouler les invendus de ce tissu.
          Cameroun: Marchés publics - Les passations en ligne ouvertes      Cache   Translate Page      
[Cameroon Tribune] Depuis son opérationnalisation, la Cameroon online E-procurement system (Coleps), la plateforme Internet dédiée à la passation des marchés publics en ligne lance ses premiers marchés.
          designboom Announces The Design Prize 2019 Nominees, Opens Voting for Social Impact Award      Cache   Translate Page      

Web magazine designboom has officially announced the nominees for all ten categories of THE DESIGN PRIZE 2019. This year marks the third edition of the Milan-based award program, which will help kick off the Milan Design Week festivities beginning next month. The annual program, held in partnership with Triennale Milano and Italian energy company Edison, "recognizes both the extraordinary achievements and little sparks of beauty and delight that have emerged over the past 12 months." Some of the key categories for the prize include "Communication," "Experimentation," "Best Designer," and "Social Impact," the latter of which is open for online voting starting today. Out of the 900 submissions for the socially conscious accolade, THE DESIGN PRIZE has shortlisted three nominees for the public to choose between in order to crown the winner. Read about each project below and visit designboom's website to learn more and cast a vote in the competition by March 24. Ocean Cleanup by Boyan Slat (NL) Described as "the world’s first ocean cleanup system," Boyan Slat's Ocean Cleanup utilizes a 2,000-foot-long plastic tube that is being tested on the water surface in the North Pacific. The technology intends to catch and concentrate plastic, and is estimated to be able to remove half of the Great Pacific garbage patch in five years compared to the thousands of years that conventional methods, such as vessels and nets, could take. However, while the vessel is not currently efficiently collecting garbage, the final design has been revised and is expected to be "close to making it work." Warka Water by Arturo Vittori (ITALY/ USA) Arturo Vittori's Warka Water aims to help bring portable water to Ethiopia, Haiti, Togo and Cameroon, an alternative to collecting drinking water from the river which may be full of pollutants. The concept will source water from the air through a specially constructed vessel that uses different materials depending on the environmental conditions. It also employs a unique structural concept that is meant to easily integrate into the lives of local villagers. Forensic Architecture, Centre for Research Architecture at the Goldsmiths University of London (UK) Forensic Architecture, an independent multidisciplinary research group, uses new architectural and media technologies to investigate "cases of state violence and violations of human rights around the world." The firm draws upon research from site visits, lidar scanning, photogrammetry and ground-penetrating radar to put together digitally-enhanced evidence files that help entities such as international prosecutors and political and environmental justice groups. Keep scrolling below to see the full list of nominees for all 10 categories of THE DESIGN PRIZE 2019. For more in design, read about the leaked pricing for Virgil Abloh’s upcoming “MARKERAD” collection with IKEA. SOCIAL IMPACT - Ocean Cleanup, Boyan Slat (NL) - Warka Water, Arturo Vittori (ITALY /US) - Forensic Architecture, The Centre for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths, University of London (UK) DISTRIBUTION - Apple Store in Milan, Foster and Partners (ITALY / UK) - JINS (JAPAN) - Nomad, Giorgio Pace and Nicolas Bellavance-Lecompte (ITALY / CANADA) COMMUNICATION - Virgil Abloh for Off-White™ and Louis Vuitton (USA) - Gucci, Campagna Gucci SS18 Hallucination (ITALY) - Hermes exhibition at the Museo Permanente in Milan and Gingle Games at Maison Hermès, Ginza store in Tokyo (FRANCE) IN THE ARTISTIC REALM - On Air by Tomas Saraceno at Palais de Tokyo in Paris (ARGENTINA) - Digital Art Museum in Tokyo by Teamlab (JAPAN) - Ethera by Edoardo Tresoldi at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival (ITALY) EXHIBITION - V&A Dundee, Kengo Kuma (JAPAN/ UK) - Night Fever at Vitra Design Museum, Konstantin Grcic (GERMANY) - Freeing Architecture at Fondation Cartier, Junya Ishigami (JAPAN / FRANCE) EXPERIMENTATION - Formafantasma (ITALY) - Max Lamb (UK) - Michael Young (HK, CHINA / UK) DESIGN CURATOR & DESIGN CRITIC - Fun House Snarkitecture on show in Washington D.C by Maria Cristina Didero (ITALY) - Hans Ulrich Obrist, Serpentine Galleries' artistic director and Interview Marathon in Chicago (CH) - Manifesta 12, Andrés Jaque,Ippolito Pestellini Laparelli, Bregtje van der Haak, Mirjan Varadinis in Palermo (ITALY) BEST DESIGN NEWCOMER - Sabine Marcelis (NL) - Erez Nevi Pana (ISRAEL) - New York Sunshine (USA) BEST DESIGNER - Michael Anastassiades (GREECE) - Nendo (JAPAN) - Patricia Urquiola (SPAIN / ITALY) LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT - Michele De Lucchi (ITALY) - Jasper Morrison (UK) - Philippe Starck (FRANCE)

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          50 Reasons to Leave It Alone      Cache   Translate Page      
Your son's penis, that is.
DaVinci's "Vitruvian Man" - Did you ever notice that he has his whole penis?

I know, talking about baby penises seems like a strange choice for a blog post.  I used to think that penises came in two varieties, circumcised and uncircumcised....but education is a powerful thing.  Now, I know that they only come in one style - Natural - and we, as parents, choose to alter what God or Nature or Evolution or The Great Spaghetti Monster created.


Why am I calling "uncircumcised" penises "natural"?  Most of the "intactivist" culture uses the word "Intact", which is also accurate, but really, an uncircumcised penis is exactly that - natural.  

Just like women without breast implants have "natural" boobs, or a person has their "natural" nose before a nose job.   It's the way nature made it - therefore, a natural penis.  Does that mean a circumcised penis is unnatural?  Yes, it does.  

I do want to note that I'm not anti-circumcision.  If an adult man wants to modify his body, that is his choice and I support it - just as I would support a woman who wanted labiaplasty, or anyone who wanted to stretch their earlobes or tattoo their body.  I am opposed to the routine circumcision of infants for non-medical reasons.



So, here are 50 reasons to leave your son's penis alone and not let a doctor cut it up.


1.) It's his.

2.) I've never met a man who wanted "less" penis when he was old enough to care.  Men tend to like their penises just the way they are.

3.) You can change your mind.  It's not possible to "un-circumcise", although there are men who have chosen to restore their foreskin later in life.  If you're not sure, don't decide at all.   It's a non-decision.  :)

4.) There is no medical reason to do it routinely.

5.) Circumcision isn't the majority for newborns anymore.  According to the New York Times, the infant circumcision rate is down to 32%.  That means 68% of your son's locker room will likely have natural penises.  If you circumcise, he will probably ask you why he's different from his buddies.

6.) Natural penises are easier to take care of during the diaper-changing years.  Just wipe it like a finger.  No retracting, no mess or fuss.  Compare that to having to care for an open wound in a diaper.

7.) You wouldn't cut your baby girl's genitals.  In fact, it's illegal - even a "nick" is illegal.  Male circumcision is a lot more involved than a nick!

8.) Many doctors and nurses refuse to perform the procedure because it violates the Hippocratic Oath - First, Do No Harm.

9.) It hurts.  A lot.  Really.  Don't believe me?  Watch a video.  With the sound up, please.  If you can't watch the whole thing, can you really ask your newborn to go through it?

10.) Babies can't be properly anesthetized.  An older child or adult would be given anesthesia and strong pain medication after any kind of operation, especially one on their genitals.  Babies can't have the same level of anesthesia and after-care medicine that an older child or an adult would receive.

11.) Did you know?  Infant circumcision rates are less than 10% in the following counties: England, France, Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Canada, Mexico, all of South and Central America, Japan, China, Russia, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Greece, Taiwan, Vietnam, India, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, Australia and more.

Infant circumcision rates are higher than 10% in the following countries: USA, Israel, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bahrain, Kuwait, Syria, Lebanon,  Yemen, Qatar, Turkey, Jordan, Philippines, Indonesia, Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad, Republic of Congo, Eritrea, and Kenya. 

12.) Men with natural penises are less likely to experience Erectile Dysfunction as they age.  Translation - your son will be less likely to need Viagra when he's 55.

13.) Female sexual partners of men with natural penises are more likely to achieve orgasm during sexual intercourse.  They are also less likely to need lubricant.

14.) There are over 20,000 nerve endings in the foreskin.  That's more than in the female clitoris.

15.) The foreskin protects the head of the penis.


16.) The foreskin provides lubrication during sexual intercourse.  Men with natural penises are less likely to use lubrication during sex or masturbation.

17.) No major medical organization on earth recommends routine circumcision of infants.

18.) It's easy to clean when he's older.  Shower.   Besides, by the time his foreskin is retractable, (average age, 10.4 years old), you will no longer be cleaning his penis.  I hope.

19.) Circumcision does not prevent AIDS, or any other STD. Condoms do.  Having sex with one, monogamous partner and avoiding IV drug use prevents AIDS.  Why would you assume your baby's going to be a man-whore anyway?

20.) We don't chop off ears to prevent ear infections.  We don't remove baby toenails to prevent fungal infections.  We don't cut off body parts anymore when a wound becomes infected.  In the very unlikely event your son does develop an infection, we have antibiotics. 

21.) Circumcision in the US began as a method to discourage masturbation, advocated by Kellogg, the cereal magnate, who also believed in the importance of daily cold enemas.  Really - true story!! He stressed that circumcision should be done without anesthesia so boys would remember the pain every time they wanted to masturbate.   How'd that work out?

22.)  Natural penises only "look funny" to you if they are unfamiliar to you.  Your son's generation will see them as normal.

23.) Women produce far more smegma than men, but we don't cut off their baby girl labia to keep things "clean."

24.) Your son will respect you for leaving the decision up to him, and for respecting his right to genital integrity.

25.) Complications of circumcision are NOT rare. Check out this thread on Babycenter.com (a mommy board, not a circumcision website) to read their stories.

26.) Most hospital circumcisions are performed by Obstetricians and Gynecologists, whose specialty is female reproduction, not male.

27.) Circumcision is not usually performed in a sterile operating room, but in a dirty nursery or a side room in hospitals without nurseries.

28.) Circumcision makes money for doctors.  A doctor who performs circumcisions makes an extra $20,000-160,000 per year on the operations.  That's why they offer circumcision at hospitals - for cash.  They'll ask you if you want your son circumcised multiple times at the hospital: they want the money.

29.) Less than 1% of men with foreskins will ever "need" to be circumcised, just as the vast majority of women will never need a hysterectomy or mastectomy.  We don't remove tonsils or fingernails or anything else at birth "in case" it has a problem.

30.) Penile cancer causes 300 deaths a year, almost exclusively in men over the age of 70.  Infant circumcision causes over 500 deaths a year worldwide.  Circumcision does not prevent penile cancer.

31.) Babies with foreskins are more likely to breastfeed successfully.  Infant circumcision interferes with breastfeeding and hinders breastfeeding success.  Isn't breastfeeding hard enough?

32.) Fathers don't spend time comparing penises with their sons.  If your son does notice that his penis is different from Dad's (other than size and hair), you can simply explain that Daddy had an operation when he was a baby.  My dad lost half of his ring finger in an accident, but I was never bothered by having all of my fingers.

33.) Your grandfather (or great-grandfather) probably wasn't circumcised, unless you are of Jewish or Muslim descent.  It's a relatively new thing in the USA.  Abe Lincoln and George Washington had foreskins.

34.) Most circumcised penises have scars.  If you've ever seen a circumcised penis, you have probably seen circumcision scars and didn't know what they were.  Curious?  Click here for pictures (adult eyes please, extremely graphic).

35.) When erect, natural penises don't look very different from circumcised ones (adult eyes please)

36.) Babies have died following complications of circumcision.

37.) Babies have had the glans (head) of their penis accidentally amputated during circumcision.

38.) Female circumcision was legal in the United States until 1985.  It was practiced in the USA as recently as the 1979 to prevent masturbation.

39.) Your health insurance may not cover the procedure.  Medicaid does not cover it in 16 states, and many major insurance companies also do not reimburse for the surgery, since it is cosmetic.  If your insurance doesn't cover it, it probably also does not cover any complications.

40.) Babies are strapped down on a circumstraint to have the procedure done.  That is the most unnatural, terrifying position for a baby, who previously was all curled up and safe inside Mama's body.

41.)  If you believe in evolution, why are men born with foreskins?  If you believe in God, why did he give men foreskins?  Did they screw up?

42.) If you are Christian, your religion actually *forbids* circumcision.  Your son's body is a temple, and Jesus was the sacrifice to end all sacrifices - including the foreskin.  See this link for more info.

43.) If you are Jewish, you should know that there is considerable debate about the religious necessity of circumcision. 

44.) If you do believe that your religion requires the sacrifice of the foreskin, your son can choose to sacrifice his foreskin in the name of religion when he is old enough to make the decision himself.

45.) The foreskin is fused to the head of an infant's penis, just like your fingernail is fused to your finger.  Have you ever pulled back your fingernail all the way?  Owwwwwwwwwwwww.

46.) Circumcision makes penises smaller.  Who wants a smaller penis?

47.) "My partner should make the decision, he has a penis/she looks at penises" is a dumb reason to abdicate responsibility for a decision.  You are your baby's parent, penis or not, and you have a responsibility to protect your child from harm.  Victims of FGM (aka female circumcision) are the most vocal supporters and perpetrators of the abuse.  Call on your inner Mama or Papa-bear and stand up for your baby's rights.  Make your partner watch a video with the sound on and convince YOU why they want this done to their precious child.

48.) You have seen an uncircumcised penis, and you probably didn't even notice.  Take a look at this (safe for kids) picture!



49.) He'll be in good company.  Check out this (in my opinion, mouth-watering) gallery of famous intact men!  From Elvis, James Dean, Will Smith, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jude Law and sooo many others.
 Jensen Ackles, my personal favorite.


50.) It's his.  I know, I said it already. but it's really the first and last reason - and perhaps the only one you really need.  It's his body, and unless medically necessary, it should be his choice.  You wouldn't give him a nose job without his permission, you wouldn't tattoo your infant.  This is the same thing.  If you really look at your motives, why would you want to take the risks?  Leave the decision where it belongs - in your son's hands.
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2019-03-08 12:31

Yaound – A prominent lawyer close to detained Cameroon opposition leader Maurice Kamto was charged on Thursday with rebellion, her lawyer said, after the country shrugged off international concern over a wave of arrests targeting government critics.

Michele Ndoki was "placed in custody" and charged with the same offences as Kamto, who is being held for insurrection, hostility to the homeland and rebellion, according to her lawyer Emmanuel Simh.

Cameroon this week rejected US criticism of the detention of Kamto and dozens of supporters, insisting that it was not politically motivated.

Kamto, head of the opposition Movement for the Rebirth of Cameroon (MRC), claims he was cheated out of victory when Paul Biya was elected to a seventh term as president in last October's election.

Tens of thousands of Cameroon's English-speaking minority are packing their bags and fleeing their homes before Sunday's presidential election. But the violence there between government forces and seperatists may actually benefit the incumbent pre...

Ndoki was detained following a protest in the country's economic capital Douala on January 26 in support of Kamto, who was subsequently arrested along with some 150 supporters.

'Massive and systematic fraud'

The lawyer, who last year protested before the Constitutional Council against what she called "massive and systematic fraud" during the election, was injured in the rally. The opposition said police had fired live bullets at the crowd – a claim the government rejects.

On the same day as the January protests, Cameroonians living abroad hostile to the Yaounde government attacked the country's embassies in France and Germany.

The government has said the demonstrations in Cameroon were illegal and blamed Kamto's supporters for damage to the embassies. Kamto has denied any responsibility.

On Tuesday, the European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini criticised the arrests and what she called the military court's "disproportionate" proceedings against them.

Her comments followed remarks by Tibor Nagy, the US assistant secretary of state for African affairs, who told Radio France Internationale that Cameroon would be "very wise" to release Kamto because his detention is widely perceived as politically motivated.

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I am a Coach in the United States
sometimes visit South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, Senegal and Mozambique looking for athletes

I am on the DOWN LOW (CLOSETED) so I am not out, but some of my players may know because of common interest

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I dont know about you but God has been kind and I discovered mine couple of days ago..... I heard from my Rohit last week and we got together the day before....As a matter of fact he,s lying in bed totally pooped out from our encounter after lunch today and we,ve been at it all afternoon...now thats what I call PARADISE. We lost touch with each other soon after school and then bumped into each other in HongKong much later on Nathan Road ,,while I was on a shopping spree with my wife and he with his. In short ,, we exchanged pleasantries and also our business cards. Some days later I had a call from him asking me if we could get together. It was as if I had found KOHINOOR DIAMOND.... I was perplexed and didnt know if it was all a dream or real. To cut a long story short we did meet up in Delhi and got together in Meridian hotel where we stayed for three whole days ...totally freaked out on each other till none of us had even a drop of cum left. We had such wild lovemaking that would put the best of North Africans or Blacks Or whatever to shame. Although both of us were worried about our marital status and although we had initial inhibitions whether it was right or whatever yet we just freaked out and believe u me it was the best time of my life..and his , too ..or so he told me and I could make out he was not shamming. God has his own ways and I discovered this....it was a very pleasant surprise to be together with the guy of my dreams... Now for the extraordinary bit.....For the first time ever after being forewarned about the rigours of AIDS....We both drank each other's cum many times as if we couldnt do without it.....Mind you..No tests no nothing...it was plain simple love.....We both trusted and just gave into each other. Please dont forget that we both are married people and such things are unheard of in India. I have no idea if I,m ill and I,m sure he is no different. But we both made love in good faith..like old times and I have no regrets whatsoever. Our next encounter is scheduled for Dusseldorf in Germany where I,ve invited him to be my guest for 2 weeks and thereafter , if all goes well, I,ll visit him in Paris where he is working as a Marketing manager and living alone. I want everyone to know that I,ve been with some of the best guys from the world over without having to pay a penny ,save for times when I,ve spent on maybe a meal. I,ve never EVER paid a dime for sex and I,ve had the best of guys of all shapes, sizes and colour from all over....and I,ve NEVER EVER been blackmailed by anyone including the dozen odd Nigerians or the dozen odd Ghanaians or cameroonians or kenyans that I went around with.....mind you ....Not ONE. God be with you all. Cheers.
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hi hope u are well there
can we dial ? i'm from cameroon
kiss
          African Athletes      Cache   Translate Page      
Septmeber 2016 515.JPG
Any hot African athletes interested in exchanging emails.

I am a Coach in the United States
sometimes visit South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, Senegal and Mozambique looking for athletes

I am on the DOWN LOW (CLOSETED) so I am not out, but some of my players may know because of common interest

I am white (Italian Heritage)
45 years old
5'9
200 pounds
educated and professional

my facebook is house4azia
          for white bottom      Cache   Translate Page      
i m a hot black from cameroon seeking here a ice white for a longterm relationship
          Re: LOOKING FOR BLACK TOP MEN      Cache   Translate Page      
hi there call me philippe
am from cameroon in africa
i want to correspond with u
kiss
wtbe19@ymail.com
          Re: Any stories of sex in CAMEROON ?      Cache   Translate Page      
you got some to share? i had love to hear them. Any tips abt meetingg guys in camer?
          Re: 'Paradise Discovered, At Last'      Cache   Translate Page      
I dont know about you but God has been kind and I discovered mine couple of days ago..... I heard from my Rohit last week and we got together the day before....As a matter of fact he,s lying in bed totally pooped out from our encounter after lunch today and we,ve been at it all afternoon...now thats what I call PARADISE. We lost touch with each other soon after school and then bumped into each other in HongKong much later on Nathan Road ,,while I was on a shopping spree with my wife and he with his. In short ,, we exchanged pleasantries and also our business cards. Some days later I had a call from him asking me if we could get together. It was as if I had found KOHINOOR DIAMOND.... I was perplexed and didnt know if it was all a dream or real. To cut a long story short we did meet up in Delhi and got together in Meridian hotel where we stayed for three whole days ...totally freaked out on each other till none of us had even a drop of cum left. We had such wild lovemaking that would put the best of North Africans or Blacks Or whatever to shame. Although both of us were worried about our marital status and although we had initial inhibitions whether it was right or whatever yet we just freaked out and believe u me it was the best time of my life..and his , too ..or so he told me and I could make out he was not shamming. God has his own ways and I discovered this....it was a very pleasant surprise to be together with the guy of my dreams... Now for the extraordinary bit.....For the first time ever after being forewarned about the rigours of AIDS....We both drank each other's cum many times as if we couldnt do without it.....Mind you..No tests no nothing...it was plain simple love.....We both trusted and just gave into each other. Please dont forget that we both are married people and such things are unheard of in India. I have no idea if I,m ill and I,m sure he is no different. But we both made love in good faith..like old times and I have no regrets whatsoever. Our next encounter is scheduled for Dusseldorf in Germany where I,ve invited him to be my guest for 2 weeks and thereafter , if all goes well, I,ll visit him in Paris where he is working as a Marketing manager and living alone. I want everyone to know that I,ve been with some of the best guys from the world over without having to pay a penny ,save for times when I,ve spent on maybe a meal. I,ve never EVER paid a dime for sex and I,ve had the best of guys of all shapes, sizes and colour from all over....and I,ve NEVER EVER been blackmailed by anyone including the dozen odd Nigerians or the dozen odd Ghanaians or cameroonians or kenyans that I went around with.....mind you ....Not ONE. God be with you all. Cheers.
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