Tuesday, June 6, 2023

Uganda's Homosexual Sex Offender’s Register!


I don’t think Uganda has a Sex Offenders registry…, Well, I don’t know.

But, we can start somewhere. And we shall start with the Uganda Homosexual Sex Offender’s Register..,

On conviction for Homosexuality and related offences, one has a duty to report themselves at certain times.
Yeah, this is to catch those who drop out of the Life Imprisonment and Death Row catch alls. We need to be in the know where these terrible, dangerous people are, and especially keep them away from the ‘vulnerable’.

We will start with the obvious: The Anti-Homosexuality Act, 2023 of the Republic of Uganda states




12.   Disqualification from employment upon conviction.

A person who is convicted of the offence of homosexuality or aggravated homosexuality shall be disqualified from employment in a child care institution or in any other institution which places him or her in a position of authority or care of a child or a vulnerable person until such a time as a probation, social and welfare officer determines that the person is full rehabilitated or no longer poses a danger to a child or a vulnerable person.


13.   Disclosure of sexual offences record

       (1) A person convicted of an offence under this Act shall disclose the conviction when applying for employment in a child care institution or any other institution which places him or her in a position or care of a child or other vulnerable person.

       (2) A person who contravenes subsection (1) commits an offence and is liable, on conviction, to imprisonment for a period not exceeding two years and the employment of that person shall terminate.



Does this look well and good? Above board? We are seeking to protect the ‘vulnerable’ from the bad, very, very, extremely bad homosexual persons? Shame, at least the ACT dares to call us human beings. But, we are dehumanised in essence.

I digress. Examine the details.

It seems as if ‘Homosexuals’ in Uganda are barred from employment in child oriented facilities.
The problem with red herrings is that they BLIND the audience. THE OTHER GROUP THAT IS SPECIFIED IS VULNERABLE PEOPLE.

Who are these vulnerable people? Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Act 2023 specifies, with some glee.



Part 1—Preliminary


“vulnerable person” means a person in need of special protection as a result of age, sex, illness, physical or mental disability, social or personal status or other status and includes a refugee, an internally displaced person, a stateless person, an asylum seeker, a victim of gender based violence and an illiterate or elderly person”



So, say again, how broad is that restriction from official employment of the ‘rehabilitated’ homosexual in Uganda?

The deities help LGBTQ Ugandans, inside and out of prison.




Monday, June 5, 2023

Duty to Report Homosexuals in Uganda


Hey, if you thought that Uganda’s precious Anti-Homosexuality Act, 2023 would lift the burden of searching out and reporting homosexuals, better think again.

There is a duty to report homosexuals.

Yes, it is parsed. Meaning that it is ‘disguised’ in a way. BUT, only lawyers are explicitly exempt from reporting homosexuals. Beware, parents, neighbours, relatives, health care givers and counsellors that we might burden with that knowledge.

It is all set out in the law, the Anti-Homosexuality Act, 2023, of the Republic of Uganda


14.   Duty to report acts of homosexuality

(1) A person who knows or has reasonable suspicion that a person has committed or intends to commit the offence of homosexuality or any other offence under this Act, shall report the matter to police for appropriate action.


Curiously, though the mandate to report is in the law, no punishment for not reporting is stated directly, except if it assumed a child is involved.

Only lawyers (advocates) are specifically protected.
Fact, medics and other health care workers, please, don’t take for granted you being protected (privileged) from not reporting. Your homosexual patients and clients are such a danger to society that you might find yourself in prison, for not having reported them, to police.

The reporter is protected under Ugandan law. Indeed. You prime and proper responsibility to report homosexuals in Uganda is a protected privilege!



(4) A person who makes a report referred to in this section shall be treated as a whistle-blower in accordance with the Whistleblowers’ Protection Act, 2010 and shall be protected from victimisation.



Don’t worry. I am not going to make it a routine to report all the times that i have sex here…,
It would be exhausting…, and i don’t know whether i really want to turn the blog into a porn generating entity!

But, I am going to have sex. Tell Ssempa and other anti-gay activists. I am going to have beautiful, wonderful sex. Theirs the duty to report. They have the law, let them get to it!



Sunday, June 4, 2023

The young Queer, Questioning LGBT Ugandan and the Anti-Homosexuality Act, 2023


Cry, young LGBT Ugandans.

I really feel pity for them. Growing up in a country that makes homophobia a normal practice, that has in hand a law to imprison (for life) and kill off homosexual Ugandans.

These are the brutal facts. Young, especially teenaged LGBT Ugandan.

If you are ever caught having sex with another person, any other person of the same sex, you are also at risk.

First of all, who is a ‘child’? The Uganda Anti-Homosexuality Act 2023 defines.


Part 1—Preliminary


“child” means a person below the age of eighteen years;”


That gives the child a bit of protection. But, it is not absolute, not complete. Uganda imprisons her children, those starved to death, in a remand home.

If you, child, shows signs of homosexuality; you are at more risk. Bitter truth. Learn it. Understand.


Part 2

1.  Punishment for Child offender

A child who is convicted of an offence under section 2 or 3 of this Act shall, instead of the punishment prescribed under the relevant section, be liable, on conviction, for a period not exceeding three years.


Yes, someone under 18 years of age, a child will be imprisoned in Uganda, for having homosexual sex.

In practice, this  will target you, curious teen. It doesn’t matter if you don’t really understand the politics. it doesn’t matter that you are simply curious about sex. it doesn’t matter that it is your first time. You will be imprisoned. At that age that you are.

In practice, when the person you are caught having sex with is younger than 18, this is what is going to happen. More than likely, both of you might be imprisoned.

If the person you are caught with is older than 18, well, they might get the Death Penalty, for having sex with you. That is what the law, the Anti-Homosexuality Act of Uganda, 2023 states.

Oh, the offences you are accused of; Homosexuality, and Attempted Homosexuality. And these are very meticulously, thoroughly defined in the law, the Anti-Homosexuality Act 2023.



Saturday, June 3, 2023

Homo in Uganda; Natural Life in Prison, and Death


Imprisonment, for the rest of their natural life. Death, if they dare to be caught having sex again. Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Act, 2023

A genocide, indeed.

For sex- for having consensual sex. Just because we are different. Just because we happen to love people of the same sex.

Do not be taken in by the red herrings drawn across the path to obfuscate the intentions of Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Act, 2023. And the red herrings are many. The intention is clearly stated. To criminalise all acts of same sex love. 


The red herrings are predictable. The law is supposed to protect ‘children’, the ‘vulnerable’, ‘incest’, ‘abuse of power’, ‘the mentally ill’, ‘the elderly’, ‘rape’.
But, being Uganda, the laundry list targeting at netting the homosexual Ugandan to imprison and death is even more extensive. The vulnerable that the homosexual can prey on and get the death penalty include: someone with a disability (any disability, as of course they cannot consent to sex…, oh, their consent is removed, per the text of the law); the mentally ill, those of advanced age.


All these are red herrings, thrown out to confuse and hide the fact that it is the consensual homosexual act that is the target, under the ‘serial offender’ label.


Why would I think that Uganda and Ugandans would be so cruel?
Actually it is very simple. We have laws on the book against all the red herring. Laws against under age sex, laws against rape, laws against defilement etc.

And the other big thing is to paint the homosexual, the gay and lesbian Ugandan as a predator. One who preys on the weak and vulnerable.
In excruciating detail, all those that the big bad homosexual will ‘prey’ on is detailed. Spelled out, to convince the reader of the act that indeed the aim is to protect the weak. Never mind obvious inconsistencies like the elderly can have consensual sex. And so can those who are mentally challenged. 


They cannot consent to homosexual sex. It is the big, bad, dirty, homosexuals to blame, actually.

Death, and Prison for life, for the Homosexual



Friday, June 2, 2023

Death, to the Homosexual in Uganda


Oh yes, it is death to the Ugandan Homosexual caught in the act.

Ahem, I intimated Ugandan, but am sure that this law applies to all who are in Uganda. Tourists, visitors are not exempt.

First, if one is convicted a first time of the offence of ‘Homosexuality’, the punishment prescribed by the law, unequivocal, is life in prison. For the rest of my natural life. No parole. That in itself is a death sentence.

So, in case me, an avowed, self confessed homosexual, is convicted of the crime of homosexuality again, the punishment is death.

Death, for consensual sex, and love.

Back to Uganda's Anti-Homosexuality Act, 2023. proudly Ugandan...



1.  Aggravated Homosexuality

(1)       A person who commits the offence of homosexuality in any of the circumstances specified in subsection (2), commits the offence of aggravated homosexuality and is liable, on conviction, to suffer death.

(2)       The circumstances referred to in subsection (1) are where—


(d) the offender is a serial offender



Just in case you want to know who a ‘serial offender’ is, in definitions in the preliminary part of the Act



Part 1—Preliminary


“serial offender” means a person who has previous convictions for the offence of homosexuality or related offences;”



Well, it was unavoidable in a way. We homosexuals are a very, very bad part of humanity. Evil. We need to be taken out of circulation.

So, when convicted, life in prison.

When we manage to have sex again (most likely in prison, since that is where we shall be), it is inevitable that we deserve THE DEATH PENALTY. How would the state escalate ‘life imprisonment’ but with ‘death’?

Inevitable. Blame the serial offender homosexual. Like me, of course.