Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Gayness in Malaysian university

MM Online - Foreign student: Local university tried to cover up sexual harassment (extracts):

sexual harassment occur not only among heterosexuals 

KUALA LUMPUR, June 21 — A foreign exchange student has accused a university here of attempting to suppress his alleged molest by another student.

The Japanese national claimed the university has done nothing about the incident on April 30, when he alleged he was inappropriately touched by another male student, despite multiple complaints.

He said he also lodged a police report over the incident after the university did not act, which he said the university then forced him to withdraw, purportedly to protect its reputation.

The university’s international student centre also refused to help him and even tried to persuaded him to drop the case, he claimed in a post on social media.

He also claimed that he was told by one of the officers that the “colleges reputation is more important than student’s safety”.

The 20-year-old has not heard anything from the university since May 25, and has left the country after completing his law degree, but added that he will return to pursue this case.

When contacted, the university confirmed the existence of the case but declined to share details.

Do you remember my post 7 days ago titled Sodom dalam Selimut?

In that post I wrote (extracts):

In Malaysia, there was a not-quite-similar allegation about Malay males, that there have been many sodomites among them, yang suka main belakang, although unlike the Australian case, no percentile ratio was mentioned.

Needless to say, true or otherwise, the sodomy issue has been given prominence by a very senior politician. And as we have been informed by RPK (wakakaka) there are more than one well-known sodomite in our nation, including a prosecutor, so on, so forth.

Once, a very prominent former civil servant (Indian) mentioned that sexual activities among males themselves would likely exist in boys boarding schools like MCKK, etc.

Thus I wasn't surprised to read MM Online's Three boys sodomise fellow inmate in Melaka rehab school, assuming they are Malay boys.

And my narration led us to the sad tragedy of T Nhaveen, an 18-year old Indian teenager bashed so mercilessly until he went into a state of comatose, where the doctors pronounced him as brain-dead and then completely dead.

Yesterday in my post 'Man up' was lie I wrote that those bullies of T Nhaveen, prior to his hospitalisation and death, sodomised him by inserting a bottle-like object into his anus. That's definitely not to 'man-up' Nhaveen but to brutalise him for what those bullies saw as his seeming effeminate mannerisms.

It was to punish Nhaveen for what they didn't like about him, maybe because they hate effeminate young men, maybe because the Health Ministry moronic anti-LGBT campaign has encouraged them or maybe they possess LGBT tendencies themselves which they dare not admit.

I reiterated my suspicions that the worst abusers of LGBTs have been closeted LBGTs themselves. I suspect latent gayness had at times arose in forms of violence, employed to mask the sexual proclivity of the offenders who subconsciously could be ashamed of their own sexual proclivities.

The MM Online article shows the university's terrible and in fact criminal-inclined governance in attempting to cover up a case of gay sexual abuse.

But more importantly (since we know our universities or rather their administrators are not institutions to be respected in most aspects), there exists gayness among Malaysian males.

It's not a sin to be gay, though in Malaysia when the Health Ministry could come up with a moronic anti-LGBT campaign, it is considered by the religious and thus secular authorities to be, and also a possible crime under some quaint medieval laws.

Gayness is in your DNA. You've either got it or you haven't.

One of my visitors worked it out that there could be one Malay gay male in every 25 males whereas in Australia it's estimated (by word of mouth) it's one in every eight males.

It's not your fault if you are gay but if you abuse others sexually, then you are a criminal not so much for your gayness but for your criminal sexual abuse.

The key word towards non-criminality is 'consensual sex' although it has to be said Anwar Ibrahim did not benefit from that status, which has made us wonder why or how Saiful has manage to escape the arms of the law.

Anwar was charged under Section 377B of the Malaysian Penal Code which states:

Punishment for committing carnal intercourse against the order of nature. “Whoever voluntarily commits carnal intercourse against the order of nature shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to twenty years, and shall also be liable to whipping.”

If it had been non-consensual sex with Saiful, meaning he raped the victim, then Anwar should have been charged under Section 377C which states:

Whoever voluntarily commits carnal intercourse against the order of nature on another person without the consent, or against the will, of the other person, or by putting the other person in fear of death or hurt to the person or any other person, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term of not less than five years and not more than twenty years, and shall also be liable to whipping.

But as Anwar was charged under Section 377B, it implies said sodomy was not without consent nor against the will of the other participant, in short, a probable consensual act.

[there was also a suspicion that Section 377B had been more convenient and easier to charge and prove than Section 377C]

Nonetheless, while you ponder or/and rage over that question, wakakaka, the authorities must shrug off the medieval arm-lock of the Islamic religious authorities and consider medical-psychological and social-community support for Malay and Malaysian males and females, in fact the entire group of LGBT.

Take care of god's children. Embrace not ostracise them. He bestowed upon then that unique DNA so if you don't like them blame Him.


  1. CK, I am NOT publishing your comment on this post for reasons known to yourself

  2. There is at least one minister in the present cabinet that we know belongs to the LBGT community.It is not a sin to be gay or lesbian.We as human beings have brains and eyes and can see it as it is.To think or believe otherwise is to to fool one self and have the brains of a sewage tank occupant.Do not look down or laugh at others as one day your offsprings may be born into this community.

  3. Are LGBTs made or born ?
    That is a burning question that has many social and legal ramifications.

    Most societies agree that people should not be punished or discriminated against for what they were born with, whether it is the colour of their skin, height, or some physical disability.

    However, wilful behaviour, especially where it is socially undesirable, is another matter. There are many, often completely praiseworthy, social and legal sanctions against undesirable acts of individuals.

    I remain unconvinced that Gays or LGBTs are born such. Most in-born traits are governed by genetics, and millions of years of evolution ("survival of the fittest") has filtered out most traits which are unhelpful to the survival of the species. What is left over are random cases of disabilities and abnormalities.

    What is the evolutionary survival advantage of homosexuality ?. So...I don't believe the "nature" part.

    People may be born with tendencies towards this or that. Some people have a tendency towards violence, others with a tendency towards stealing something that does not belong to them, or obtaining something they did not earn.

    It is up to families and society to give the necessary guidance, education and sanctions , if necessary, to prevent undesirable behaviour.