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If it is passed I am sure they will burn down the house," says one, a year-old transsexual who prefers to be called "Bad Black" for safety reasons. The law he refers to is the so-called "Kill the Gays" bill, which is set to become reality in Uganda within days. It is already illegal to commit a homosexual act in the country, but a unified parliament now supports a tightening of the law, which, among other things, will make it punishable by death to be a "serial offender".
The parliamentarian behind the bill is David Bahati. He describes homosexuality as an evil that has to be fought. He also says that he and his peers "do not hate the homosexuals but the sin in them". Bahati's reference to sin reveals the direct connection between Uganda's politicians and a group of very influential pastors.