Ed Team

Homotextual: Victor Mukasa

Filed By Ed Team | July 31, 2007 7:11 AM | comments

Filed in: Quote of the Day
Tags: civil rights, LGBT civil rights, Uganda

"We are not asking for the right to marry, we are asking for the same rights that are guaranteed to all Ugandan citizens, even prisoners. My homosexuality does not deprive me of my citizenship of Uganda. I am only exercising my constitutional rights."
-- Ugandan lesbian Victor Mukasa who has taken the most homophobic African government to court for trespassing, theft of property, illegal arrest and inhuman and degrading treatment following a police raid on her home.


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