Graeme Le Saux Read it, from beginning to end. And think of what is happening when Ssempa taunts us on radio that we are sick, and move around in diapers nappies. When anyone who talks in favor of us is castigated. When Nsaba Buturo says we need help, and rubbishes a doctor who insists that that is not true. When the churches preach against us, and the govt lets us die of HIV, and the papers sell our details for a pittance.
It is not a joke. It hurts, a lot. Do not do it, beware when you are doing it.
Oh yes, we are pretty thick skinned as gay people, we have to be, but that comes at a price which is too big.
Kuchus all, we are also human. We also feel it. We are human beings who are gay.