Ugandan President Museveni Receives Gay Animals Book for Xmas Present

If Animals are gay then it is not unnaturalGerman Dating Group Blasts the Ugandan Myth that homosexuality is unnatural

By Melanie Nathan, December 24, 2014.

The German online dating company Gleichklang.de has sent a book on homosexuality in animals to the president of Uganda, Yoweri Museveni. “Biological Exuberance – Animal Homosexuality and Natural Diversity”, which was written by the Canadian biologist Bruce Bagemihl. The book documents homosexual behavior in more than 450 animal species. The book has been sent by the dating company to the presidential office in Kampala, the capital of Uganda, and to the Ugandan Embassy in the German capital Berlin.

The reason for this special Christmas present is that Museveni has expressed controversial views describing homosexuality as “unnatural”, noting that Museveni signed the Anti-Homosexuality Act of 2014.  Through this consent of the anti-gay legislation, his ongoing rhetoric and falsities, he and his regime have been linked to the systematic persecution of homosexual men and women (the LGBTI community) in Uganda.

In an accompanying letter, the director of Gleichklang, Seksan Ammawat, and the psychologist Dr. Guido F. Gebauer point to the contradiction of regarding a sexual orientation as “unnatural” when it occurs in nature in both humans and animals. They do not expect to receive any reply. They hope, however, that the book may make Museveni aware of the common occurrence of homosexual behavior in nature.

By the way, first lady Janet Museveni is credited with this tantalizing exoneration “If Cows Can’t Be Gay Humans Can’t Be Gay”!!

Merry Merry XMAS President Yoweri Museveni

@KagutaMuseveni
@JanetMuseveni


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