Anti-homosexuality Pastor Martin Ssempa, perhaps best known for his so-called "eat the poo-poo" lecture, is now being accused of promoting homosexual behavior in his home country of Uganda. In an article for Uganda's First Class Magazine, writer Paul Kaliisa, of Mbarara University of Science and Technology, claims Ssempa spreads "gayism" through his lectures and gay porn screenings at churches. Under the African nation's Anti-Homosexuality Act, which was signed into law February , Ssempa could potentially get jail time for allegedly encouraging homosexual behavior -- precisely what he claims to advocate against. Kaliisa's harshly worded article reads, in part:.
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Despite an abhorrent anti-gay law being shelved in August , the violent persecution of homosexual men in Uganda rages on. American evangelists? Sensationalist newspapers? Or does the problem lie at the heart of the Ugandan government itself? GQ travels to the central African nation to meet the victims — and the perpetrators — of this culture of hate.
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He refers to himself as Pastor Doctor Martin Ssempa and first came to international prominence in , according to "Missionaries of Hate" from Vanguard , after a presentation video he made at his church, which showcased his opposition to homosexuality, went viral. He did not know his father. His mother was a teacher and he changed schools often as a child. Peter's Primary School in Nsambya.
Rally shows how homosexuality is being used to represent all the evils besetting the nation, says Daily Maverick. At a stadium in Kampala, 30, Ugandans gathered to give thanks to the president, Yoweri Museveni, for passing the anti-homosexuality act. Monday's event combined the fanfare of a mass political meeting with the party atmosphere of a cultural festival. But it is not sex. They call it ekifire.