Colloquially named the Kill the Gays BillLiving Dangerously: Gays and Lesbians in Uganda - Journal Reporters
CBS New York. If it passes, it would make Uganda the ninth country in the world to penalize gay people with death and the first for a country not ruled by sharia law. Community Culture. Earlier this year, Brunei sparked international outcry over plans to impose the death penalty for gay sex, backtracking only after intense criticism.
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Following private discussions with the Ugandan Anglican Church, the Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams said in a public interview that he did not see how any Anglican could support it. Retrieved 11 January He also claimed that gays threaten society by causing higher divorce rates, child abuse, and HIV transmission.
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