Ugandan Activists David Kato Never to be Forgotten

By Melanie Nathan, January 26, 2015. On January 27, 2011, the most outspoken gay rights advocate in Uganda, at a time when the country’s Parliament was considering a bill to execute gay people, was murdered. Today the LGBTI Ugandan community and global activists around the world, remember David Kato Kitsule  and his untimely passing. Kato  … More Ugandan Activists David Kato Never to be Forgotten

Ugandan Red Pepper Editors and Staff Persecutors of Gays

Red Pepper  OUT perceived Gays now WANTED for Persecution in the International Criminal Arena By Melanie Nathan, February 25, 2014. On the very day that the President of Uganda, Yoweri Museveni, assented to the Anti-homosexuality Bill, the publishers, staff and editors of Red Pepper Tabloid, Uganda, saw fit, yet again, to publish the faces and … More Ugandan Red Pepper Editors and Staff Persecutors of Gays

Help ask International Criminal Court to Investigate and Prosecute The Top 3 Homophobic Ugandans

For Crimes Against Humanity by Magembe Norman, October 12, 2013. Uganda is one of the most homophobic nations in the world and it is estimated that over 500,000 L.G.B.T people in the country are at risk of harassment and discrimination. With Homosexuality already illegal in the country punishable by incarceration, there is no single law … More Help ask International Criminal Court to Investigate and Prosecute The Top 3 Homophobic Ugandans

Ugandan University Invited Editor of Hang the Gays Article Now Issues Statement of Regret

Despite the first  public retraction by Giles Muhame of his hang the gays campaign: “Had the Vice-Chancellor’s office known about this invitation and the background of the individual the invitation would have been withdrawn.” By Private Courts, San Francisco- October 20, 2012- Deputy Vice-chancellor Dr. David Young, of the University of Victoria, Kampala, Uganda, issued … More Ugandan University Invited Editor of Hang the Gays Article Now Issues Statement of Regret

Victoria University International School of Journalism Hosts Hang the Gays Muhame

By Melanie Nathan, Oct 10, 2012 When I first read the Ugandan Rolling Stone “Hang the Gays Article” by managing editor Giles Muhame, like all in the gay world community,  I was livid and then months later, and after David Kato was murdered (following even more cruel rhetoric by Muhame in a press release issued … More Victoria University International School of Journalism Hosts Hang the Gays Muhame

Ugandan Hang the Gays Giles Muhame Admits Wrong and Regret

But fails to apologize to the gays and does nothing to make amends to the LGBTI community in Uganda By Melanie Nathan, Oct 10, 2012 In a self serving speech to a journalism class, Giles Muhame, the ex-editor of the Ugandan Rolling Stone Magazine, makes an admission of causing harm to gays and notes his … More Ugandan Hang the Gays Giles Muhame Admits Wrong and Regret

Congresswoman Requests Secretary Clinton to Deny US Entry to Anti-GAY Ugandan Giles Muhame

By Melanie Nathan, July 11, 2012. SAN FRANCISCO – Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey, a Democrat  who represents Marin and Sonoma Counties in California has requested that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton deny Giles Muhame of Uganda, a VISA to the United States for being one “of the worst human rights violators in the world.” Giles Muhame, … More Congresswoman Requests Secretary Clinton to Deny US Entry to Anti-GAY Ugandan Giles Muhame

Hang The Gays Monster Giles Muhame Heading to the US Amidst Extortion EXPOSÉ

Muhame Giles of Rolling Stone Uganda, is exposed as a Gay hating opportunist who is seeking to extort money from  a gay activist and the LGBTI community By Melanie Nathan, June 26, 2012 Giles Muhame the editor of Rolling Stone, the Ugandan tabloid that outed David Kato and 100 other gay, lesbian, and LGBTI people … More Hang The Gays Monster Giles Muhame Heading to the US Amidst Extortion EXPOSÉ

See Video Update | Ugandan Minister Illegally Kicks Gays out of Luxury Resort in Entebbe

The minister has had the audacity to overtly act out one very reason the impending Anti-Homosexuality Act should not be passed in that country…. by Melanie Nathan, February 14, 2012 Ethics Minister Fr. Simon Lokodo, who recently said nobody would block the Anti-Homosexuality Bill, has today Tuesday blocked n LGBT conference on the shores of … More See Video Update | Ugandan Minister Illegally Kicks Gays out of Luxury Resort in Entebbe

Ugandan Monitor Article Suggests Gays Called for their Own Hanging

Melanie Nathan, January 01,2012 Mr. Bernard Sabiti, a self proclaimed social critic in Uganda, with clear political aspirations, and probably a Museveni Regime Bahati sock puppet, has upped the anti-gay ante in his country in an insidious attempt to discredit gays.   Activists around the world are responding to Sabiti’s claim in an article he wrote … More Ugandan Monitor Article Suggests Gays Called for their Own Hanging

Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill Is Back: Urging South African President Zuma to Take Lead

Breaking News – Uganda’s Kill the Gays Bill Back in Parliament for discussion By Melanie Nathan October 25, 2011 “President Zuma of South Africa must take a leadership role in the decriminalization of Homosexuality in Africa, and more specifically he must speak out vehemently against the Kill the Gays Bill of Uganda, before its too … More Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill Is Back: Urging South African President Zuma to Take Lead