Over a decade has passed since this narrative began playing out in the dusty streets of Kampala. Money, deceit, the police, the Ugandan government, and LGBTQ people are all involved. It speaks of the many lives that have been turned upside down; the scandals and embarrassments; the loss of jobs and livelihoods; and the betrayal of family and friends. This is the account of the ex-gay movement in Uganda and the numerous lives it destroyed in its wake (from my point of view).
Successful parenting is never about Sexuality but about Love and Care for the creatures we bring on this planet.
The world is mourning a feminist who stood for women regardless of orientation or occupation. The family is mourning a sister, a mother and a daughter and I am sad for them. I am mourning my friend and this is what this is about, MY FRIEND.
As we anticipate the release and distribution of the next edition of the Bombastic Magazine, we will document and share stories from our readers on their experiences with the magazine in a series that we have named The Chronicles of Bombastic Magazine.
By DIVINE LONDON PRINT We desire to meet that one person, fall madly in love with them and live happily ever after. However the story completely changes when you realize the person you fell in love with has a different side to them. It starts to feel like there are three of you […]
Artists in Spain have composed a musical tribute to Ugandan LGBTI community.
The team of lawyers; Prof. Ogenga Latigo, Andrew Mwenda, Nicholas Opio, to mention but a few whose efforts led to the nullification of the Anti-Gay Bill; at a point when the evil church is preaching against is me, the culture is repelling me, family disowning me and politics playing their dirty game on me. Who would I want to call my God other than these guys? Correct me if am wrong! If is true God lives among us, then these are the guys who live among us as God. I am proudly Catholic and not an atheist. I see God in these people! I am proud of the founding members of the outstanding organizations that have shielded the gay community from the ultraviolet light. It took them courage, enthusiasm, commitment and sacrifice to fight for a cause whose end is hard to define!