Homosexuality is already illegal in the East African nation, and violence against the country's LGBT population has been steadily increasing since the Anti-Homosexuality Bill was first introduced in 2009, according to activists on the ground. When the legislation was first introduced in Parliament, it called for the death of anyone who committed "aggravated homosexuality," which included repeated "offenses," sexual relationships in which either person was HIV-positive, or any encounter that involved a minor.
January 28, 2014
"Unless I have got confirmation from scientists that this condition is not genetic, but a behavior that is acquired..."
... Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni will not sign the Anti-Homosexuality Bill.