We want to deliberate on how religious leaders can appreciate diversity and be advocates of human rights for all within their congregations as we fellowship together. We also want to tell people that it’s okay to be who you are and our duty should be to love one another despite of who we are as individuals.
Many international journalists come to this country, Uganda, make us re-live our trauma by telling them our stories that they never publish.
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When it came to the edition that focused on Lesbian, Bisexual and Queer women, hell broke loose because male parliamentarians and politicians were arguing.
Reading stories for and by queer persons gave me a lot of pride and hope.
We need the president to revise this bill according to certain very specific lines that we had asked and not just send it back to parliament.
Bombastic Magazine has made me appreciate the power in a story and how it builds love and community.
Some people thought Bombastic Magazine were the usual magazines that were produced in the country at the time. Many people received us very well.
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Bombastic Magazine has not only told stories of the community members but it has also trained them on how to use media to do advocacy and tell their own stories.
Bombastic magazine gives us a platform to voice our feelings about issues that affect us.
The Deputy Speaker Anita Among said she received a message from president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni who refused to sign the bill because it had anomalies.