Every Day, Hundreds of People Get Treatment to RSCM Due to Sexual Deviations


Hanny Nilasari, Sp.KK, a specialist in sexually transmitted infections from Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital (RSCM) said that currently there are 100 people who seek treatment at the RSCM who are looking for solutions regarding sex. He conveyed this fact when he was a speaker on Socialization of the threat of LGBT entitled "Saving the Nation's Generation from the Moral Calamity of the Protection of Same Sex Sexual Deviation" at the Andi Hakim Nasoetion Auditorium, Dramaga Campus, Bogor (23/1).

The activity was held thanks to the collaboration of the Bogor Agricultural Institute (IPB) and the Association of Indonesian Muslim Scholars (ICMI) who presented Dr. Sri Astuti Bukhori (Deputy General Chair of ICMI), Prof. Aida Vitayala Hubeis (Professor of IPB), Dr. Didit Hidayat A. Ratam (Financial Expert), Dr. Asrorum Niam Sholleh (Islamic Law Expert) and Dr. Hanny Nilasari from RSCM.

Seeing the fact that the damage caused by this deviant policy will caused, ICMI cooperates with IPB to jointly control and save the nation's next generation. According to Dr. Sri, ICMI is the only institution in Indonesia that blatantly rejects this deviant behavior.

Even more interesting, this behavior has become a strong movement and 26 countries have legalized this deviant behavior. Strong international funding and support make this deviant protection legitimate. This is part of human rights.

While many studies in countries supporting this deviant problem proposed life style is not true and becomes a social problem. The findings in the Journal of Sexuality Medicine cite studies on health care providers needed by LGBT not widely available. Even doctors in America are not ready.

In Indonesia, data on the number of lesbians, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) is still limited. Estimates of the number of Male Lovers reached 754,310 (in 2016) and those with HIV were 25 percent. Meanwhile, the estimated number of transvestites is approximately 38,928 (in 2016) and those with HIV are 24.4 percent.

"For that, we are cooperating with the campus to participate in controlling all things that are deviant. In addition, ICMI is supporting the governors and the DPR to issue a prohibition law. We do this so that our generation is not extinct," he said.

According to one of the founders of ICMI and Professor of IPB, Prof. Aida, the communication factor in the family is very important for the protection of the younger generation. Communication is likened to blood flowing in the human body. If it stops flowing, then die the family. Communication failure and socialization of the danger of deviant protection will have an impact on the continuation of the nation's next generation. "This is our responsibility in the world and in the future," he said.

Therefore, in his remarks the Rector of IPB, Dr. Arif Satria affirm to uphold a mandate from parents to educate students not to be exposed to this deviant way.

"We don't want this behavior to become a pebble that can destroy us all. Many factors influence. For example, consuming foods that are not environmentally friendly. Many of the pesticide residues that enter our body run the risk of losing masculine hormones and increasing feminine hormones," he said.

Medical science in Japan has now not talked about human medicine but has a systemic leadership. For example environmental health, mental health, food, good social and natural atmosphere, good family and good friends.

"We certainly have to advise each other, mutual communication in order to save the generation of the nation. I support ICMI's steps. This struggle must be from various lines," he said.



Published Date : 29-Jan-2019

Resource Person : Dr. Hanny Nilasari, Sp.KK, Dr. Sri Astuti Bukhori, Prof. Aida Vitayala Hubeis, Dr. Didit Hidayat A. Ratam, Dr. Asrorum Niam Sholleh dan Dr. Hanny Nilasari

Keyword : ICMI, deviant behavior, LGBT, communication

SDG : SDG 3 - GOOD HEALTH AND WELL-BEING