ABC's Nightline correspondent Dan Harris traveled to Uganda for a segment on antigay attitudes and legislation in the country. He asked pastor Martin Ssempa, a virulently antigay voice, why he screens graphic gay pornography to promote his agenda among his congregation.
"Does all this fit in your mind with the spirit of Christianity, which is to help the oppressed?" asked Harris.
"Very much," said Ssempa. "Very, very much. We need to know what are they doing in their bedroom. You cannot make comments out of ignorance. The problem is the absence of shock. You know, you look at something done. You're not shocked."
Harris pressed, "You can play porn between men and women and shock people too, but it's not done very frequently."
"Sure," said Ssempa. "Anal activity. Anything having to do with eating of poop. Heterosexuals do not eat poop. The same way, if you have sex with a dog, sex with a cow, that's evil."
Watch the segment, part of Nightline's "Faith Matters" series, below.