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22:36 | 24th June 2017

News: World

Thu 18 Feb, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


The major argument homosexuals have is that what people do in the privacy of their bedrooms is nobody's business, but do you know what they do in their bedrooms?

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Anti-gay pastor shows gay porn

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A pastor has screened gay porn in a church in Uganda in a bid to gain supporters of the anti-homosexuality bill.
Pastor Ssempa screened gay porn to 300 supporters, stating to the crowd "The major argument homosexuals have is that what people do in the privacy of their bedrooms is nobody's business, but do you know what they do in their bedrooms?"
The idea came after a ‘million-man march’ was thwarted by the police. Ssempa said "We had planned to have a million-man and -woman march in Kampala but unfortunately we were told that we could not march because of security concerns,"
He then devised the plan to show gay pornographic images to a 300 strong crowd in the capital’s evangelical Kampala church.

He showed a slideshow of graphic photos giving with it an explicit description. One example was "This one is eating another man's anus (eds: correct),
Pastor Ssempa has continually had a strong stance against homosexuality and has previously published a number of names of homosexuals in the newspaper. He hopes to Anti-Homosexuality bill passed by Easter Sunday (April 4).
US president Barack Obama recently called the proposed bill 'odious' and stands firmly against it. Ssempa said about the viewpoints of the US: "Recently in America, Barack Obama and (US Secretary of State) Hillary Clinton stood up and said: 'How can Uganda make a law against homosexuality?" "I want us to tell Barack Obama, who has African ancestry, that in Africa sodomy is an abomination,"

 

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