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Lesbians are increasing in numbers in Uganda. What should be done?

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Considering the trend, lesbians have increased in Uganda ever since the anti gay bill was introduced in the parliament than it was in the past. Could it be because of “globalization” or some powers are behind this?
Various celebs have been reported to be Lesbians including popular musicians and others are continuing to emerge. As this is happening, various other female are confessing to be lesbians and the public seems not concerned. Should we say that Ugandans have left the norms and culture which have been the chief definition in Uganda’s social life?
It is alleged that every year a group of gays and lesbians make a pilgrimage celebrated the life of Kato David a renowned activist for the LGBT rights in Uganda who was killed in 2011. But surprisingly these people go untouched; still I ask what happened to the Ministry of Ethics and Integrity? The Ugandan constitution all the way back since its drafting in 1995 clearly states that gayism or lesbianism is illegal, then why are they now moving freely untouched.
This time, the 10th parliament should make it clear, whether lesbianism, homosexuality is legal or not, Ugandans are busy sitting on the rotting culture and no one cares, if the habit is not fought at its beginning, then it may not be tampered with when it will have reached the climax.
Sources have been indicating that more funding come from foreign countries to promote homosexuality than funding from foreign countries directed towards the cure of malaria. If this is the case, are we selling our identity just because of money? Something should be done. Our culture which has been the base of the Ugandan life style is dying at the expense of the western culture.

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