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Uganda Lgbt Community

Here's How Jay-Z Can Help Uganda's LGBT Community

The Huffington Post | Curtis M. Wong | Posted 03.12.2015 | Gay Voices

Outspoken advocate Frank Mugisha sounded off on the state of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights in his native Uganda. "I get thr...

Why Uganda's Anti-Gay Ruling Is 'Deeply Flawed'

AP | Posted 07.11.2014 | Gay Voices

KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — Human Rights Watch is criticizing a Ugandan court's decision against gay activists who sued a Ugandan official for violating ...

Nigeria's Surprise Gay Move

AP | Posted 04.01.2014 | Gay Voices

BAUCHI, Nigeria (AP) — A Nigerian Shariah court has freed two men accused of gay sex and belonging to a homosexual club, saying the prosecution fail...

Uganda's Anti-Gay Law Prompts Court Petition

Reuters | Posted 05.11.2014 | Gay Voices

* Opponents say law violates constitutionally rights, freedoms * Western donors have cut aid to protest the law * Telec...

Good News For Uganda's Gay Community -- But How Long Will It Last?

Reuters | Posted 04.24.2014 | Gay Voices

* Obama says law would complicate relations with Uganda * Homosexuality a taboo in many African countries By Elias Birya...

LISTEN: LGBT Filmmakers Seek To Reverse Ugandan Homophobia

Charlotte Robinson | Posted 06.17.2013 | Gay Voices
Charlotte Robinson

This week I talked with filmmaker Tim McCarthy about his new film project, Voices of the Abasiyazzi: Creating Allies, which he's producing with Pepe Julian Onziema. The concept is to film LGBT Ugandans sharing their lives with their clanspeople in their own languages and cultural traditions.

WATCH: Ugandan Pastor Demonstrates Gay Sex With Fruit While Condemning LGBT People

Posted 12.20.2012 | Gay Voices

A prominent anti-gay Ugandan pastor condemned homosexuality during a televised discussion with a transgender activist, engaging in a graphic demonstra...

'Call Me Kuchu': The Untold Story Of Uganda's LGBT Community (VIDEO)

Katherine Fairfax Wright | Posted 08.20.2012 | Gay Voices
Katherine Fairfax Wright

The decision to make Call Me Kuchu, our documentary film about the last year in the life of Ugandan gay-rights activist David Kato, came about as a result of two rather antithetical events.

Stand On The Side Of Love: Responding To The Cry For Help From Uganda

Rev. Marlin Lavanhar | Posted 05.25.2011 | Religion
Rev. Marlin Lavanhar

It doesn't matter to me whether we share the same country, culture, color or creed. I want to know if you will stand with me if I call you in the middle of the night.