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To kick off the New Year, I talked with filmmaker Tim Mc Carthy about his recent trip to Uganda to complete the filming of his documentary "Voices of the Abasiyazzi - Combatting Homophobia in Uganda" that he is producing with Pepe Julian Onziema.
None of them have turned out to be serious of course – and sums it up really.
Marriage is not such a serious matter here it seems.
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Since then, supporters have promised to re-introduce the bill.
On a trip to Uganda this spring, I decided to photograph queer Ugandans to piece together a portrait of their day-to-day lives in the shadow of the Anti-Homosexuality Act.
For my friend Cleopatra Kambugu, it was one of the worst days of her life.
Earlier today a bill was signed into law in Indiana that will allow business owners to deny services to LGBT people based on religious objections.
The chances of finding a legitimately single expat male in Uganda are few and far between – and Lord knows we look. The instruction was clear: there’s a hierarchy here, based on how long you have been in the country. His wife’s working in the UK for a few months.” I shouldn’t have been shocked, but I was. “That’s not what I’m looking for.” My friend didn’t say anything.
My female friends and I were at a party one night when an attractive guy turned up – without female company. It’s quite common to be invited to a house party or barbecue, to find it two thirds single women. It was obvious by his look that I am on a hiding to nothing. She abruptly turned her back on me before I could get a chance to say hello. At the time, I put her rudeness down to her not being interested in someone who had just arrived in the country; nowadays, understanding the small pool of expats here, I believe she felt threatened by me, the single woman. You can follow Charlotte on Twitter @Charlie Beau and read her blog, Diary of a Muzungu at