Tag Archives: David Bahati

It’s Back.

As I suspected, the “Kill the Gays Bill” has returned as a priority item for the new Parliament in Uganda. It will be interesting to see if the death penalty aspect is still stripped out, or if it has been … Continue reading

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Uganda Anti-Gay Bill Finally Dead?

Uganda’s “Kill the Gays” bill, internationally-denounced legislation that would have prescribed all Ugandan gays to be put in jail for life, would have required reporting to the government anyone suspected of being homosexual within 24 hours, and possibly would have … Continue reading

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African Bloggers Statement on David Kato and Uganda

I have written about the issue of Gay Rights in Uganda in a number of articles, including: Gay Rights in Uganda Homosexuality in Uganda is Not a European Import – Christianity Is Funeral Puts Spotlight on Anglican Church I admit … Continue reading

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Uganda Civil Society Statement on David Kato’s Murder

Press Release from Uganda’s Civil Society on the Murder of David Kato Continue reading

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Gay Rights in Uganda

A silent voice is a voice for the oppressors. I have not written about the homosexuality issue in Uganda – partly because I have too much to say and partly because I find it so unbelievable, that I keep expecting to blink my eyes and find that none of it happened. But the recent publication of a list of “Top Homosexuals” in Uganda printed along with a banner saying “hang them” compels me to use my voice and not continue to support the oppressors through my silence. Continue reading

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