I felt so insulted by this editorial that I would like to burn the writer at the stake. But I have an inkling it is someone very high up in the Govt!!!!!
Just a thought! Though I respect the New Vision enough to know when someone is forcing their prejudice onto them. Well, it is the government mouthpiece.
But I bet David-Nicholas Kimbowa loves it! Hi Kimbowa, small question, ever had the joys of sex? Only a proffessional abstainer would give this kind of advice. Sex is too lovely a joy to punish myself with 'abstinence'!!! But that is me!
A tip for gays
ON Wednesday, gay activists were arrested over bursting into an HIV/AIDS meeting at Imperial Hotel Royale in
Carrying placards pleading to participants to consider gays in the planning and prevention of the HIV/AIDS, it is reassuring that they too are aware of the pandemic.
Earlier Dr. Kihumuro Apuuli, the Director of Uganda Aids Commission, had called for the inclusion of gays in designing anti-HIV/AIDS strategies during the same forum.
The right of expression is guaranteed but it’s not absolute. It does not provide for legally proscribed groups and activities.
Whatever the arguments and concern, including human rights considerations, homosexuality is illegal. This curtails any programme for those with orientations against the course of nature.
Besides it’s not only in the law books, but the
But it is not the end of the world for the gays. They have one, and very effective protection against catching HIV/AIDS and stress of the unnatural activities. Abstinence is the answer. They should try it out. It is free, cheap and about personal life.
It is healthy too. The heterosexuals may have three options ‘abstinence, being faithful and using condoms’ the ABC strategy. But it may not be a good thing to have many options. One, like abstinence, works better for the gays.