WHAT DO WE DO?
To increase networking and communication among LGBT people and Organizations
Support Resource Center
The is true home for the LGBT community, where all are welcome and all can access an ever-growing variety of programs, support services and ways to connect. Your donations make it possible to continue to evolve ...
Through sponsoring our activities, we can achieve save more lives from persecution. Activities like shelter, feeding, taking care of the HIV persons, clothing. Your donation matters a lot. You can save a life.
Donate to the Needy
Pride Munyonyo Resource Center is doing well, but we still rent our wonderful space. We've also grown and now is the best time to think about where we want to be. With your help, we could have a home of our own.
Acram Musisi is a strikingly handsome young man. His looks may not be classically beautiful, but they have an intelligent, soulful intensity that is fascinating. As a maker of portraits, I would love to photograph him.Acram is also an LGBT activist in Uganda. And yes, that is his real name. Like many Ugandan activists, he is not scared of going public about his sexuality and his activism, despite living in a legal and cultural environment notoriously hostile to sexual and gender diversity.
Is this because the dangers of living in what the BBC called “the world’s worst place to be gay” are exaggerated by the media and, as some claim, by activists seeking attention –and donor funding? Even some Ugandan activists and allies criticize what one has called the movement’s habit of “crying wolf.” And despite the laws and the underlying homophobia, tens of thousands of LGBT Ugandans manage to live, work, and love. Read More >>