Bombastic Magazine Online Edition

Bombastic Magazine Online Edition

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  1. Longjones
    22nd December 2014 @ 5:08 am

    I just want to say thank you to the team that has spent sleepless nights, putting all this together, it takes devotion and lots of sacrifice to think and put all this to what it has finally come to. To me it;s emotional and I owe you for the passion so great. You are truly BOMBASTIC Let the world know ALUTA CONTINUA

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    • vincent
      7th April 2015 @ 10:49 pm

      Thank you.

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  2. LGBTI Ugandans tell their stories in their own magazine | 76 CRIMES
    22nd December 2014 @ 3:11 pm

    […] the magazine into the hands of each Ugandan — from local supermarkets or local volunteers. An online edition is available in cooperation with the African online media site Kuchu […]

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  3. Marisa
    22nd December 2014 @ 7:25 pm

    well done….guys thanx 4 yo effort! u know its alwaz a blessing 2 hve pipo whose efforts are dedicated 2 the service of the vulnerable community….lol

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  4. Tor2015
    23rd December 2014 @ 5:36 am

    Thank you everyone who shared their powerful Narratives.

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  5. Clemans Miyanicwe
    23rd December 2014 @ 4:51 pm

    What a great thing to do! Keep it up LGBTI Ugandans. The struggle is long but freedom shall be ours. From Clemans Miyanicwe, Namibian openly gay freelence journalist

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  6. LGBT+ Ugandans reclaim the media
    23rd December 2014 @ 8:47 pm

    […] Bombastic is currently being circulated locally in Uganda and can be found online. […]

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  7. Pastor Jide Macaulay
    6th January 2015 @ 5:32 pm

    Bombastic Magazine is long over due and it’s cleverly put together and I am so pleased to see the creativity and genuine place of sharing African perspectives on the issues for Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, Trans and Intersex people in African and of African descent around the world. Here is an opportunity for an authentic news portal,political debates, social interaction, amazing entertainments and discourse on matters concerning sexual orientation and gender identity.

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  8. eusebio manuel vestias pecurto
    10th January 2015 @ 5:42 pm

    Good Luck communities gay the Uganda

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  9. TamiZenteno
    14th January 2015 @ 6:52 am

    Beautiful… this magazine will be part of history

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  10. Sergio
    14th January 2015 @ 7:53 am

    Saludos desde Chile, un gran abrazo y mucho animo para seguir trabajando en esta causa!

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  11. Mimi
    23rd January 2015 @ 6:53 pm

    Dear all, never stop fight for your rights! There will be the time for change – just don’t give up. This magazine is one step in the right direction.
    Im with you. Mimi from Berlin, Germany

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  12. Anonymous
    31st January 2015 @ 3:44 pm

    Thank you all for your encouraging words.this platform is for all LGBT Africans,you can send us your articles,videos and even audits that we can post.utilise this space to share your stories.it is our Hope that one story will atleast change someone’s attitude towards our community.
    This is our space.

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  13. Eric Gitari
    9th February 2015 @ 1:35 pm

    Powerful stories

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  14. yolanda
    11th February 2015 @ 9:12 am

    Rubbish

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  15. erik
    12th February 2015 @ 3:03 am

    What do you mean by rubbish? You really think there should be a law in any country, that punishes 5% of the whole population for being who they are? Would you like to put 5% of your people in jail, of would you rather have them all killed? Think of the consequences of such a law! Suppose here in the Netherland we would have a law, that made it possible to put all black people here (less than 5%) in jail, or all muslims , Jews, Hindus etc. Or kill them… We may have groups in society that are not popular, but under the law we are all equal. Justice does not depend on whether you like a certain group or not. Rights and duties in society are the same for everyone, popular or not.

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  16. LGBT Ugandans Launch Magazine to Share 'Our Voices, Our Stories, Our Lives' | Gay-News.net
    12th February 2015 @ 3:08 am

    […] Read the digital version of Bombastic here. […]

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  17. CBC Interview: Out and proud in Uganda | Kuchu Times
    21st February 2015 @ 2:06 pm

    […] 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 […]

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  18. Hugo Dann
    21st February 2015 @ 4:16 pm

    Congratulations, all the way from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada’s East Coast!! Can’t wait to read the whole issue, cover to cover! In solidarity, Hugo

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  19. Marinde
    21st February 2015 @ 6:04 pm

    From The Netherlands: my respect!

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  20. Anonymous
    26th February 2015 @ 5:24 pm

    From Spain….well done! Brave and great magazine.

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  21. ethiopian
    3rd March 2015 @ 12:11 pm

    well done brothers 🙂 your courage and bravery is amazing. much love from the Ethiopian LGBT community :*

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  22. David
    2nd April 2015 @ 3:18 pm

    Bigups to all my brothers and sisters.. we need to fight for our rights.No government has a right to tell us when and whom to love. Respect.

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  23. The Kuchu Times – a collective online media platform for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Africans. |
    8th April 2015 @ 11:26 pm

    […] Visit the website here, and be sure to check out their awesome online magazine, Bombtastic for yourself here! […]

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  24. Star
    11th April 2015 @ 8:47 pm

    Just Incredible !

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  25. Kuchu Times Editor
    15th April 2015 @ 1:04 pm

    Thank you for your continued support, it is truly appreciated.

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  26. Paul
    1st June 2015 @ 12:02 am

    Great stuff!! Greetings from Vienna – Austria. Million people in Austria know about You. Carry on!!

    http://orf.at/stories/2279636/2279670/

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  27. Sebastian
    1st June 2015 @ 12:23 am

    Your brave work is so admirable. Deep respect from Austria!

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  28. Rex Arthur
    5th June 2015 @ 7:58 pm

    LOVELY WORK KUCHU TIMES THIS IS THE BIGGEST MILESTONE IN THE LONG FUTURE OF LGBT UGANDA AND AFRICA AND THE WORLD …KEEP WORKING DON’T STOP ..ALUTA CONTINUA !!!

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    • Kuchu Times Editor
      8th June 2015 @ 9:39 am

      Thank you so much for your words of encouragement, they are greatly appreciated.

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  29. 3 Ways the International Community Can Support LGBT Ugandans | Care2 Causes
    19th July 2015 @ 5:02 pm

    […] […]

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  30. 3 Ways the International Community Can Support LGBT Ugandans | LizabethPaulat
    23rd July 2015 @ 1:41 am

    […] addition, local news magazines, such as Bombastic, help give LGBT Ugandans an outlet to speak. Bombastic is headed by the legendary Ugandan LGBT […]

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  31. Ser gay, ser ilegal en Uganda | NotiReal.com
    6th August 2015 @ 12:02 pm

    […] revista Bombastic, editada por Kasha, quiere combatir el silencio impuesto a la colectividad gay y la manipulación y […]

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  32. Orgullo por el mundo – Nuevo ASESINATO DEL ESTADO ISLÁMICO ¿Perdona? ¿Cuenta de Twitter?
    6th August 2015 @ 4:09 pm

    […] revista Bombastic, editada por Kasha, quiere combatir el silencio impuesto a la colectividad gay y la manipulación y […]

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  33. Euskal Herriko Gay-Les Askapen Mugimendua | Ser gay, ser ilegal en Uganda
    15th August 2015 @ 1:55 pm

    […] revista Bombastic, editada por Kasha, quiere combatir el silencio impuesto a la colectividad gay y la manipulación y […]

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  34. #Uganda: que nuestra pluma llegue a los medios | 1 de cada 10
    22nd August 2015 @ 7:17 am

    […] revista LGBTI de Uganda. Puedes acceder a la edición online del primer número de Bombastic a través de la página web de Kuchu Times, un proyecto multimedia localizada en Uganda que aborda la diversidad sexual y de género en todo […]

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  35. Anonymous
    28th August 2015 @ 9:46 pm

    Totally rubbish,i wish God comes back and destroy u all.shiiitttt

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    • Kuchu Times Editor
      1st September 2015 @ 11:14 am

      People like you are the reason this platform exists…… to change attitudes and restore humanity

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  36. HOLAA Loves: Kasha Jacqueline Nabagesera, The Founding Mother of the LGBTIQ Ugandan scene | HOLAAfrica!
    23rd September 2015 @ 9:03 am

    […] Bombastic is a project of Kuchu Times, a media platform This media platform is a Radio, Television and Website where lived realities will be shared. There will be debates, discussions, stories, movies/documentaries and it will also act as a one-stop site for allies, scholars, students, families and friends, researchers, activists and well wishers. We are hoping that this platform will attract a lot of anti-gay groups whom we hope to teach something about the struggles of LGBT people and communities in the hope to change negative attitudes but also act as a platform for sensitization within and outside the LGBT community. The first issue of Bombastic was funded through crowdfunding, and we hope to have more issues. The site is still functioning with an active viewership. […]

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  37. Katharina
    15th October 2015 @ 12:03 pm

    Congratulations for being awarded the Alternative Nobel Prize. You are a hero Kasha Jacqueline Nabagesera. Weebale nnyo nyabo!!!

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  38. Lisa
    6th January 2016 @ 2:56 am

    Thanks for fighting so brave!
    Great admiration from Germany!!

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  39. Mark
    20th January 2016 @ 1:36 am

    Solidarity from New Zealand!

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  40. Konstantin
    2nd February 2016 @ 3:06 pm

    I just read an article about this newspaper in the Amnesty Journal and I was totally impressed!
    My goal is to go to Uganda for a year after finishing school in about one year. I would really like to visit some of you guys and girls. 🙂
    Your work is amazing and I want you to not stop it until Uganda is a country where everyone has the same rights.
    Greetings from germany.

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  41. Shafi Khowaja
    15th February 2016 @ 6:08 pm

    Very interesting story but every human has equal right to live his/her life.

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    • communications
      29th February 2016 @ 1:31 pm

      Yes all of them are very interesting and unique and yes human rights are for all.

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  42. Article: “What This Lesbian Learned From Being Outed in Ugandan Tabloids” | Friends Ugandan Safe Transport Fund
    16th February 2016 @ 6:21 pm

    […] created a magazine called Bombastic. With personal stories from more than 30 kuchus and allies, the magazine reveals how LGBTI Ugandans live their lives in the face of discrimination and […]

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  43. Benjamin
    22nd February 2016 @ 10:26 pm

    Congratulations from FRANCE !

    To others : “Il restera toujours beaucoup beaucoup de femmes, (it will always remain many many women) pour vous regarder, messieurs, (to look at you, gentlemen) pour vous observer, pour essayer de percevoir (to watch, to try to detect) derrière vos carapaces (behind yours shells) la tendresse qui parfois, vous habite (tenderness which sometimes occupy your mind), pour essayer de percer les défauts (penetrate flaws) qui se cachent (hidden) parfois sous des dehors affables (friendly looks), et pour discerner dans l’entrelac de vos talents et vos faiblesses (discern in the interlacing of your talents and your weakness) si vous êtes capables de tracer des chemins sur la mer” (if you are able to draw paths on the sea) Christiane Taubira, Assemblée nationale française, 2013

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  44. Lesbian confessions -where love is illegal: Miriam – Ink marks on empty dreams
    1st August 2016 @ 2:56 pm

    […] Miriam’s story was original published on Kuchu Times – Bombastic Magazine […]

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  45. The Brave Fight for Ugandan LGBT Rights – Viral Stories Storage
    18th August 2016 @ 2:27 pm

    […] conducting safer sex education, she said. She also pointed to LGBTI media operating in Uganda, including a magazine, Bombastic, and news website, the Kuchu […]

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  46. The Brave Activists Fighting for LGBT Rights in Uganda | Boston Blab
    22nd August 2016 @ 12:24 am

    […] conducting safer-sex education, she said. She also pointed to LGBTI media operating in Uganda, including a magazine, Bombastic, and news website, the Kuchu […]

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