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Why is Uganda attacking homosexuality?

Why is Uganda attacking homosexuality?As a gay man in Uganda, Frank Mugisha is used to the taunts, the slurs and the daily harassment of neighbors and friends. But if a new bill proposed in the east African country becomes law, Mugisha could be put away for life, or worse, put to death for having sex with another man.

"Right now, you can't go to places that are crowded, because the mob can attack us or even burn us. We can't walk alone. We are ostracized by relatives. But if this bill passes, it will become impossible for me to live here at all. And that part hurts the most," Mugisha said. The Anti-Homosexuality Bill features several provisions that human rights groups say would spur a witch hunt of homosexuals in the country.

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