Uganda cannot escape the global fall out from the Anti-Homosexuality Bill

AS Uganda Media reports that UK University pulls out of Uganda as a result of direct advocacy of  Western Gay rights advocate, Private Courts, Inc.* By Melanie Nathan, January 20, 2013. After advocating against the Anti-Homosexuality Bill since its first introduction in 2009, last October I found out that the infamous editor of Rolling Stone … More Uganda cannot escape the global fall out from the Anti-Homosexuality Bill

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office known about this invitation and the background of the individual the invitation would have been withdrawn.”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