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.
A U.S. Jesuit magazine has published an editorial taking to task Catholics who support draconian laws criminalizing homosexuality.
Secretary of State John Kerry hopped on the phone with Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni.
Uganda's currency value starts to dip as Western countries pull aid to the country over its homophobic, deadly law.
At least one Ugandan suspected of being gay has been killed just one day after the Anti-Homosexuality Bill was signed into law and a tabloid published the names of 'Uganda's Top 200 Homos.'
After weeks of flip-flopping, Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni signed into law a bill that imposes lifetime prison sentences for many LGBT people.
American scientists and even the president take on the two-page press release from supposed 'scientists' that convinced the Ugandan president to sign the Anti-Homosexuality Bill.
As the world waits for President Yoweri Museveni to sign the hateful Anti-Homosexuality Bill into law, activists in Uganda and around the world are mobilizing.
The president releases a statement saying that signing the bill "will mark a serious setback for all those around the world who share a commitment to freedom, justice and equal rights.”
The lawmaker will sign an anti-homosexuality bill that mandates sentences — including life in prison — for those accused of either having sex with members of their own gender, not reporting LGBT people to authorities, or supporting LGBT people or civil rights.