In 2014, they wanted to pass the Anti-homosexuality bill but it failed. Ever since then, everyone has been quiet about it not until this year when cases of homosexual behavior increased especially in school going students.
Videos of young Ugandans being recruited into the homosexuality started trending last year. People complained through social media but nothing was done.
There is one video of a boy who was used and left in a very medically critical condition without any help. His parents started asking for help and exposing people that used him although nothing was done.
The acts continued to increase until this year when government picked up on it and decided to discuss it in Parliament. They passed the Anti-homosexuality bill although the president hasn’t signed it into law yet.
With all this, now people are judging each other about being gay based on looks and what they wear.
Kasuku said he is tired of seeing people being bullied especially the men for dressing in pink. He said everytime a man is seen in that color people conclude he is gay without any proof.
According to Kasuku, that is very disrespectful and someone needs to judge a fellow of being gay after proving it.
“Ugandans should stop judging people that they are gays before they are sure. This thing is very annoying and disrespectful. Every time a guy puts on pink, it is concluded that he is gay which is not the truth,” he said.
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