Hate hugging your soul Wielding your ill will my way day and night Threatening to wipe away my existence Conscripting executioners for your undertaking Hurling insults, dehumanising your own
The short movie which is a first of its kind focuses on the lives of male sex workers and how they operate in a conservative environment like Uganda. “ We hope that through this documentary, our government will acknowledge the existence of male sex workers and the challenges we go through as well as incorporate us in their policies
What is important to know is that no one is a victim of circumstance when it comes to the group in which they fall but rather a conscience decision and choice between either boldness or cowardice leads them there.
Kuchu Times in collaboration with Women’s Organisation Network for Human Rights Advocacy (WONETHA) proudly introduce to you a bimonthly talk show dubbed “NEKO WEYOGERERE” that will tackle all things about sex work.
The Speaker of the Ugandan Parliament Hon Rebecca Kadaga early this week called upon the legislators to table a new Anti-Homosexuality Bill. The comments were made during a plenary meeting where the members present were discussing the recent distribution of Bombastic Magazine that saw Parliament receive 80 copies of the annual publication.
UBUNTU BIOGRAPHY PROJECT RELAUNCHED IN MEMORY OF CREATOR STEPHEN A. MAGLOTT AND IN CELEBRATION OF PRIDE MONTH
Maglott’s final Ubuntu profile automatically posted in the hours following his death on August 12, 2016. In one of the many electronic files he left behind, Maglott stated Ubuntu’s mission is to “educate the general community, and empower gay youth, through learning about the contributions and dynamic lives of queer men and women of color. You won’t find this important information on most history/biography websites or media.”
Vocal Kenyan LGBTI advocate and gospel singer George Barasa commonly known as Jojibaro was on Sunday attacked by one of the people he has been giving free safe housing. Joji who turned his home into a safe house of sorts to help LGBTI persons who are homeless says the attack occurred after he requested one of the gay boys he is housing to leave the premises.
We will continue to publish this magazine because it is one way to reach out to the masses and policy makers. We are open to dialogue- instead of rubbishing this information that they could benefit from, our Parliamentarians should invite us to sit down and have beneficial conversations,” Kasha said of Parliament’s decision to recall Bombastic Magazine.
Today 14th June 2017, the third edition of the annual Bombastic Magazine has been launched with mass distribution in the Kampala Metropolitan area. For more information, please reach out to us through our social media pages or call us on +256 778 830168.
On 12th June 2016, the world was left dumbfounded after Pulse, a gay club in Orlando was attacked leaving 49 people dead. One year down the road, the LGBTI community around the world is still recovering from the homophobic attack; they have, in commemoration of the first year memorial, honored them with the hash tags #WeWillnotLetHateWin and #WeareOrlando.