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02/24/2014

It's official, sad, and disturbing: Uganda's LGBT people are in grave danger

by Jeremy Hooper

The dirty deed is done:

(CNN) -- Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni signed into law Monday a bill that criminalizes homosexuality.
Uganda's President signs anti-gay bill into law [CNN]

What is there to say? This is the year that the global struggle has come ever more into view with draconian policy after draconian policy taking hold around the world, even as we bank such great and historic gains here in the U.S.

It's terrifying.

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