Hard to imagine that things could still harden in Uganda, yet a bill prohibiting non-government organizations able to speak freely is under consideration in Parliament.
The presidential elections in Uganda approach, they will be held next year, and for the first time, a candidate opposes homophobia.
After all its anti-gay laws and to restore the country's reputation, the Ugandan government has appointed an American public relations firm.
Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni has received a great Christmas gift since the German online dating site Gleichklang.de sent him a book on homosexuality.
Things could get even worse for the Ugandan LGBT community.
Yesterday, we had focused on Asia after a poll of the most welcoming countries for the LGBT community. The Philippines had led the way, some of you have pointed out elsewhere the beauty of Filipinos women that cannot be denied. Today, end of suspense, here is the result for the rest of the world!
After the Constitutional Court of Uganda repealed the law harden sanctions against homosexual people, LGBT Ugandans have challenged the government by organizing their first Gay Pride.
A group of Ugandan MPs will attempt to restore the anti-gay law toughening penalties against homosexual relationships repealed by the Constitutional Court last week.
I never thought I would declare it this year but victory in Uganda!!!