Ugandan anthropologist and activist Stella Nyanzi explores the meaning of the third annual Pride gathering, planned for Aug. 9 at an undisclosed location Uganda:
A prominent activist in the local LGBTIQ movement in Uganda asked me if our Pride activities show any pride. After all, we are ferried away in buses from the capital city to idyllic resorts far removed from the vast majority of public, we are few in number, some of us hide our faces behind masks, and we are discrete in our plans and proceedings.
« Is this pride, at all? » s/he asked me as s/he was explaining why s/he missed attending the first two annual pride events.
Pride celebrations in Uganda are indeed pride events. The spectacle of…
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