'Homophobia Is Not Rooted in Uganda But Influenced by Extreme Western Churches' – Frank Mugisha Q&A

What’s it like to be part of a Ugandan minority – of less than 20 – living as openly gay? Frank Mugisha agreed to answer questions about his experiences.

Q: How can we support progressive Ugandan faith leaders to work with their peers to be more accepting?

Frank: Find more churches and liberal voices to support faith groups in Uganda and beyond. Partner with them and support them to do projects that empower citizens. This is what the extreme conservative groups have done, they partner with their Ugandan friends to support orphanages, provide clean water, medical supplies and build schools. We should support liberal groups and local communities as they preach the good message of love for all.

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