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Catholic bishops oppose gays BillThe Daily Monitor. These statements were based on faulty studies performed by Paul Cameronwho has been expelled from the American Psychological Associationthe Canadian Psychological Associationand the American Sociological Associationand Cohen confirmed their weaknesses, stating that when the book is reprinted, these statistics will be removed.
David Kato, who was considered to be a pioneer of the Ugandan gay rights movement, was bludgeoned to death in his own home in after a magazine published photos of him, identifying him as gay and calling for him to be killed. Archbishop discusses Uganda's proposed anti-homosexuality law in newspaper interview [ permanent dead link ]Episcopal Life online.
Parliament voted in October to reopen the debate, with Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga stating that the bill would be sent to committee.
Uganda's president on Monday signed an anti-gay Bill that punishes gay sex with up to life in prison, a measure likely to send Uganda's beleaguered gay community further underground as the police try to implement it amid fevered anti-gay sentiment across the country.
Uganda's new anti-gay law has been condemned around the world. Homosexuality is criminalised in many African Uganda defies West on anti- gay law. Now he said he is convinced that it is a choice made by individuals who may try to influence others.
Scientists had written a report which found there is no proven genetic basis for homosexuality, Museveni said, citing it as a reason for signing the bill. ENTEBBE, Uganda AP — Uganda's president on Monday signed an anti-gay bill that punishes gay sex with up to life in prison, a measure likely to send Uganda's beleaguered gay community further underground as the police try to implement it amid fevered anti-gay sentiment across the country.
Ugandan schoolchildren from various schools in the capital, Kampala, celebrated after Museveni signed the bill. Government officials applauded after he signed the bill, which was influenced by the preachings of some conservative American evangelicals. Museveni accused "arrogant and careless Western groups" of trying to recruit Ugandan children into homosexuality, but he did not name these purported groups.
Several Ugandan gays say Bahati and other political leaders were influenced by conservative U.