Sexual Minorities Uganda-SMUG To File Written Submissions On 15th May 2017 in the SMUGVsURSB Case.

Hon Justice Patricia Basaza Wasswa has adjourned the case where Sexual Minorities Uganda-SMUG is suing Uganda Registration Services Bureau-URSB for refusal to reserve the name Sexual Minorities Uganda-SMUG. Counsels representing SMUG namely Counsel Ladislaus Rwakafuuzi and Counsel Patricia Kimera are expected to file written submissions on the 15th of May 2017. In these submissions the

Freedom and Roam Uganda (FARUG) Executive Director Ssenfuka J Warren on significance of Women’s Day to her as a Lesbian in Uganda today.

Of what significance is women’s day to you as a lesbian woman in Uganda? I am a woman before am a lesbian, a lover of women who is passionate about women’s rights. Women’s day is important to me because I get to celebrate womanhood and the progress of all women in Uganda as we continue

Scott Lively lawyers in ‘crimes against humanity’ case want more information from plaintiffs

This article by Stephanie Barry was originally published on MassLive.com, Western Massachusetts’ most popular local news and information site, on June 16, 2015. The article can be accessed here.  SPRINGFIELD – Lawyers in the federal “crimes against humanity” lawsuit against anti-homosexuality pastor Scott Lively continue to wrangle over which information should be made public in the case, and