Uganda's anti-gay laws get tougher

Uganda's Anti-Gay Laws Get Tougher
Uganda's Anti-Gay Laws Get Tougher


In Uganda, being gay is already a crime. LGBTQ activists have been pushing for gay rights, but not without turbulent resistance. Violence from homophobic mobs and politicians have pushed many gay activists into hiding. The government is pushing for new anti-gay laws that have many of Uganda's homosexual population scared for their safety and lives. This video reveals recent developments in the controversial and dangerous battles.

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