Category Archives: Kampala

  1. World Delegates Fight to Protect Homosexuals and Prostitutes in Uganda

    via, by Gloria Nakiyimba World politicians meeting in the Ugandan capital, Kampala, have agreed on the need to repeal laws discriminating against HIV/Aids which they say have contributed to an increase in the rate of new infections. MP’s at the Inter Parliamentary Union assembly said laws that criminalize transmission of HIV, laws against sexual workers and Read More >>

    Africa, Anti-Homosexuality Bill, discrimination, Kampala, LGBT rights, sub-saharan Africa, Uganda, UNAIDS
  2. Former Ex-Gay Ugandan Man Now Regrets Past Homophobic Comments

    Via Behind the Mask. A man who in 2009 renounced homosexuality at a public forum in Kampala has now told Behind the Mask that he regrets his previous actions and would like to be forgiven by the LGBTI community. Saying that he felt “there is a fire in the belly saying gay is really who you are,” Read More >>

    Anti-Homosexuality Bill, ex-gay, George Oundo, homophobia, human rights, Kampala, lgbt community, LGBT rights, Uganda
  3. Meet Paul Semugoma – a Friendly Rectal Microbicide Advocate

    via IRMA  For the populations that I have been working with, MSM/GB men, unprotected anal sex may be the single most important reason they are so vulnerable to HIV. So, getting a way and means of decreasing the spread of HIV in this way is something that should have been a priority from the beginning of the Read More >>

    advocacy, Africa, Kampala, Meet a Friendly Rectal Microbicide Advocate, Paul Semugoma, Uganda