Uganda’s Anti-Gay Bill: Religous, Political, Cultural, and International Background

I haven’t been able to read the Bill, but it seems that the lives of this minority of Uganda’s population are in jeopardy. This morning a Tabloid Newspaper by the name of “RED PEPPER, listed 200 supposedly gay people – including one RC Priest. In many cases there appears to be no proof, but the allegations pretty well make these people criminals. Are things just beginning to heat up, I suspect so!

For some insight, as to how and why this Bill got passed, read Jason Burner’s article in Religion and Politics.

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