Tag Archives: LGBT rights in Uganda
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Understanding that hate cannot dominate the Uganda Gay conversation

 Conversations with Ugandans about Criminalization of Gays Can Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill start a new conversation? By Melanie Nathan, January 21, 2013. I have been writing about Uganda since 2009, after the introduction of Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill.  In all these years I have witnessed a conversation that has seemed only capable of extreme divisiveness.  Discussions about […]

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Heroic Ugandan Activist Makes Pastor Martin Ssempa Look like the Devil in TV Debate

Ssempa’s pornographic rhetoric showed the fire of a very sick and depraved soul. By Melanie Nathan, December 17, 2012. Today one of the bravest LGBTI Ugandan activists I know, Pepe, appeared on a live debate on Ugandan TV about homosexuality against the foul mouthed gay hater Pastor Martin Ssempa.  One wonders why Pepe would knowingly […]

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