As the debate concerning homosexuality is continue being discussed. There has been a new development and a new bill concerning married people.
According to the new bill, sometimes married people also engage in unnatural ways of making love. These ways include oral and "sim 2" penetration.
The new bill seeks to arrest and jail married people found guilty of these acts because they have been termed as disgusting as homosexuality.
A man and his wife could now be given life imprisonment just for engaging in that. However, one member of parliament in Uganda challenged this bill together with homosexuality terming them as repetition because the constitution is clear on such matters.
The member of Parliament suggested that the legislature would rather deal with defilement. This is because most reports of abuse are usually concerning defilement.
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