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Queer pride and protest: A reading of the bodies at Uganda's first gay beach pride.
(The University of Chicago Press, 2014)
How does one read the gendered bodies on display at a queer pride event in any context? In this article, I give my interpretation of the actions of celebrants and protesters who participated in Uganda’s first Beach Pride ...
Homosexuality, sex work, and HIV/AIDS in displacement and post-conflict settings: The case of refugees in Uganda.
(Taylor and Francis, 2013)
This article aims to disrupt the silence, invisibility and erasures of non-heteronormative sexual orientations or gender identities, and of sex work, in HIV/AIDS responses within displacement and post-conflict settings in ...
Dismantling reified African culture through localised homosexualities in Uganda.
(Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, 2013)
Uganda's Anti-Homosexuality Bill of 2009 aimed at protecting the cherished culture of the people against emergent threats to the traditional heterosexual family. The Bill's justification, however, lay in myopic imaginings ...