Uganda Anti-Homosexuality bill: Life in prison for saying you're gay
People who identify as gay in Uganda risk life in prison after parliament passed a new bill to crack down on homosexual activities.
It also includes the death penalty in certain cases.
A rights activist told the BBC the debate around the bill had led to fear of more attacks on gay people.
"There is a lot of blackmail. People are receiving calls that 'if you don't give me money, I will report that you are gay,'" they said.