Gay and Vilified in Uganda
Not all Ugandans are homophobic. Some say there are more pressing issues
to worry about than gay people and believe we should have the same
rights as anyone else. But they are not in power and cannot control the
majority who want to hurt us.
Political leaders like Mrs. Clinton and religious leaders like
Archbishop Desmond Tutu are willing to publicly state that being gay is
just one of many expressions of what it means to be human.
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