Watch: A Terrifying Life For LGBT People in Uganda

Watch: A Terrifying Life For LGBT People in Uganda

 

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    We enter the life of Cleopatra Kambugu, a Ugandan transgender girl who was forced to flee to Kenya after being “outed” as homosexual in one of Uganda's major tabloids. It is a story about love, hate and being transgender, in one of the worlds most homophobic places.

    Our goal with this film has always been to make a difference. Whether it is to change peoples hearts, their perception of a transgender person or the prejudice people have towards the LGBT community.
    Uganda is a country which for long have been criticized for the discriminations against the LGBTI community.

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Breaking: Mormon Church Makes Major Announcement In Support Of Some Basic LGBT Civil Rights

The Mormons are trying to play both sides of the coin and it makes no sense:

Breaking: Mormon Church Makes Major Announcement In Support Of Some Basic LGBT Civil Rights

Once again, the Mormon Church has just made an announcement claiming it will support the very basic of civil rights protections for LGBT people, but there’s a catch. Church leaders want increased religious protections for people of faith to be allowed to continue to discriminate against LGBT people. Church leaders in a televised address offered to support housing and employment non-discrimination ordinances, though not marriage. They called for a “balanced approach” in the pursuit of LGBT civil rights and religious rights. “Today, state legislatures across the nation are being asked to strengthen laws related to LGBT issues in the interest of ensuring fair access to housing and employment,” said Elder Dallin H. Oaks of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, the Church’s highest level of leadership. “The leadership of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is on record as favoring such measures,” Oaks added. Recently, the LDS Church made a similar statement as todays, which it quickly walked back. Oaks also pleaded for heightened religious laws to “protect” people of faith.

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