A Kuwaiti academic claims she discovered an anal suppository ‘cure’ for homosexuality.
Mariam Al-Sohel appeared on Scope TV to explain how her gay cure medicine based on Islamic prophecy works.
‘I discovered therapeutic suppositories that curb the sexual urges of boys of the third gender,’ she said. ‘As well as the fourth gender, which is butch lesbians.’
The ‘third gender’ is feminine gay men, according to Al-Sohel.
She then continued: ‘This is all science, so there’s nothing to be ashamed of.
‘The sexual urge develops when a person is sexually attacked. And afterwards it persists because there is an anal worm that feeds on semen. It feeds on sperm.
‘So what I did was to produce suppositories, which are to be used by certain people at a certain time. It cures those urges by exterminating the worm that feeds on sperm,’ she said.
Al-Sohel went on to explain she invented two different suppositories — one suppository for feminine gay men and one for butch lesbians. The ingredients are exactly the same, but they’re in different colors.
At the same time of starting the suppository gay ‘cure’ medicine, Al-Sohel also advises a balanced diet in order to ‘cleanse the body of poisons’.
She then reveals bitter foods are good for feminine gay men because they increase masculinity and build muscle.
‘Any food that is buried underground provides men with stability, strengthens their muscles and increases their masculinity,’ she said. ‘Bitter foods increase masculinity.’
Kuwaiti Academic Dr. Mariam Al-Sohel Invents Anal Suppositories That “Cure” Homosexuality Based on Islamic “Prophetic Medicine” pic.twitter.com/xPmO8kw9di
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Medical professionals widely condemn the practise of gay ‘cure’ therapies.
LGBTI rights in Kuwait
It’s incredibly dangerous to be LGBTI in the Middle Eastern country of Kuwait.
Same-sex sexual activity is illegal, with the risk of a fine or up to six years in prison. There are also no anti-discrimination laws for same-sex couples, or parenting rights for LGBTI people.
Same-sex marriage is illegal and there are also no laws for transgender people in Kuwait.
In 2017, news broke of Kuwait deporting 76 men in a crackdown on ‘gay massage parlors’. The mass deportation happened after authorities decided to have a ‘moral’ crackdown on homosexuality.
Mohammad Al Dhufairi led the raids which closed down 22 massage parlours suspected of being ‘hubs’ for homosexuality.
‘We have a zero-tolerance policy towards any morally distasteful deeds and we refuse to show leniency with anyone who breaks the rules or puts the health of Kuwaiti citizens and residents at risk,’ al-Dhufairi told Al Seyassah Daily.