There has been an increase of gays all over the world in the last few generations. Some countries have become accepting it, but others are not having any of it and Uganda, a country in East Africa, is one of them. Uganda has passed serious laws for an anti- gay country. Some laws as severe as life in prison or death sentence.
Outline Firstly, I would like to inform you that I will be talking a lot on LGBTQI: This means lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning and intersex people, so actually every non-heterosexual. I will be talking about Uganda for its anti homosexual laws and addressing the issue of LGBTQI in Africa.
I watched a documentary released by BBC entitled “ The world’s Worst Place to be Gay”. A British journalist, openly gay and appreciative of his…show more content… Uganda is known as an extremely homophobic country and as I went through the documentary, I could hear things like “ In Africa, sodomy is an abomination”, “homosexuals should be put to death” or “we can save lives by condemning homosexuals”. After this documentary it did not come as a shock to