Since President Yoweri Museveni signed the Anti-Homosexuality Act into law in February, LGBT Ugandans are living in fear — going into hiding and even contemplating suicide, say activists on the ground.
'I am now mobilized to fight this war' against homosexuality, said Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni.
The Obama administration named nearly $10 million in aid cuts to the Ugandan government in response to enacting the draconian Anti-Homosexuality Act.
Rachel Maddow calls the Obama administration's plan to send American experts to Uganda a new kind of experiment in 'real science and real diplomacy.'
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control announced a suspension of some of its annual $3.9 million in health care aid usually given to the East African country.
Uganda's Anti-Homosexuality Act just received its first constitutional challenge, while activists also filed a separate suit hoping to put a stop to the now-common practice of tabloids outing Ugandans suspected of being LGBT.
Uganda's tabloid rag, the Red Pepper, not only puts people's lives in danger, but it steals the materials to do so.
A Ugandan journalist sums up the response of Ugandan officials to news that more than $115 million in international aid will be diverted from the East African government in response to its passage of draconian anti-LGBT legislation.
A group of Christian pastors in Chicago will provide safe space for LGBTs fleeing draconian laws in Africa.
In a handwritten note, the landlord admits that the tenant is a 'wonderful woman,' but says she is 'depraved' for being a lesbian.
A high-ranking Vatican official condemns Uganda's antigay law.
Ugandan Parliament member David Bahati said despite losing more than $115 million in international aid because the country's draconian 'anti-homosexuality' law, the price is worth it to protect African morality.