Islamic Scholar Claims She Can Cure Homosexuality With Anal Suppository
A woman described as a “Kuwaiti academic” claims she has cured homosexuality with use of anal suppositories that destroy semen eating worms in the anal cavities of those afflicted with same sex preference.
Dr. Mariam Al-Sohel, acclaimed as a scholar and brilliant mind in Kuwait, claims she has cured homosexuality with a suppository that prevents same sex attraction “by exterminating the worm that feeds on the semen.”
“I discovered therapeutic suppositories that curb the sexual urges of boys of the third gender as well as the fourth gender, which is butch lesbians,” said Al-Sohel. “They have excessive sexual urges.”
The host of the program then asked if these suppositories have a “calming effect,” which prompted Al-Sohel to explain the “science” of her discovery.
“The sexual urge develops when a person is sexually attacked, and afterwords it persists because there is an anal worm that feeds on semen,” said the so-called doctor, “So what I did was to produce suppositories, which are to be used by certain people at a certain time, and it cures those urges by exterminating the worm that feeds on sperm.”
The video was posted to MEMRI-TV’s Twitter feed earlier this week.
Kuwaiti Academic Dr. Mariam Al-Sohel Invents Anal Suppositories That "Cure" Homosexuality Based on Islamic "Prophetic Medicine" pic.twitter.com/xPmO8kw9di
— MEMRI (@MEMRIReports) April 23, 2019
“The ingredients are the same for both sexes, but I made them in different colors. We start the patient on a balanced diet when treatment begins,” explained Al-Sohel.
“It is a balanced diet of bitter, sour, salty, and sweet foods, in order to cleans the body of poisons. The diet for the third gender – the male ones – consists of foods that increase their masculinity and build muscle. Any food that is buried underground provides men with stability, strengthens their muscles and increases their masculinity.”
She concluded, “Bitter foods increase their masculinity.”
This type of pseudo-science is used to justify harsh, often capital punishment against homosexuals in Sharia-compliant nations like Kuwait, where homosexuality remains illegal.
Some Islamic nations are moving further in this direction, such as Brunei, which recently adopted the policy of publicly stoning homosexuals to death if they are caught in a same-sex relationship.