passions of the cut peach

The AHA(Anti – homosexuality Act) has greatly caused many problems to many Ugandans, starting from the increased taxes. The NSC spokesperson announced a range of sanctions targeted at Ugandans involved in human rights abuse and corruption, well as many Ugandans are scared of these sanctions, they only seem to apply to big time criminals like Luzinda who is involved in corruption and president Museveni who might be accused of violating human rights since he signed the AHA in February, not people like a kikuubo tycoon flying to the USA. Well as harsh Visa restrictions are an added advantage, the number of people lining up to go to the USA from Uganda is only expected to drop by a few digits. The USA also proposed to cut or redirect funds for a number of aid programs in Uganda , which seems to be an advantage as it will reduce on chances of seeing fraudulent government officials which often occurs to the health ministry where lots of funds have been embezzled in past years. I am largely heterosexual and I am an essentialist but I believe that the government has no business in the bedrooms of the nationals.
Passions of the cut peach a Chinese euphemism for homosexuality has been named as a discrete phenomenon, banned in many countries even the some states in the USA have the act under ban, the bible in Leviticus greatly condemns homosexuality “thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind. It is abomination. –Leviticus 18:22.” The signing of the AHA has brought a lot of misery to Ugandan souls, and many people have even lost their jobs or even failed to get jobs because of their Nationality, no wonder Patriotism is greatly declining for the pearl. The signing of the AHA by the president in February is right to be referred to as a political move by the 2016 NRM carder of the 2016 presidential election. It should be noted that the passing of the act was a waste of time and made relations wither with many countries that funded many projects in Uganda since homosexuality was already illegal in Uganda and for many years, that illegality had saved us many problems than the act has. And the act indeed violates human rights knowingly or unknowingly, unfortunately no one has been arrested for same sex relationship since the signing of the Act.
The right to non- discrimination and to be free from violence and harassment like the right to be free from torture or cruel inhuman or degrading treatment is infringed upon by police and investigation practices. Freedom of movement is also denied to bi-national couples by not recognizing their same sex relation.
In early years, homosexuality had a pedagogic benefit of population control, Aristocles commonly known as Plato a student of Socrates praised its benefits but later proposed its Prohibition in his writings. These same sex relationships have been admired as well as condemned throughout recorded history. While some hold the view that homosexual activity is unnatural, research has shown that homosexuality is an example of a normal and natural variation in human sexuality and is not in and of itself a source of negative psychological effects. There is nothing like a homosexuality gene but it has been noted that sexual orientation is developed through biological and environmental factors. And do hope that AHA be dropped so we can remain with gay illegality if it will save us this blackmail from the international scene as it will also help maintain our cultural morals and values as well. Even though many Ugandans are constructionists, they should learn to be essentialists as its mostly through biological forces that sexual preference can be determined. #daviskawalya

 

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