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CBC Interview: Out and proud in Uganda

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Being gay in Uganda can mean alienation from your family and society. It can mean getting expelled from school or losing your job. It can get you arrested, beaten, or even killed. Homosexual activity is illegal in the country, and the government has even considered a bill to execute gays. But in the face of this hostility, a new magazine called “Bombastic” has emerged, providing a platform for gay Ugandans to tell their own stories. Kasha Jacqueline Nabagesera, gay activist and the magazine’s editor, discusses Bombastic’s content and how she’s catalyzing change in her country.

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