In the USA and Europe, Pride Parades are a silly anachronism. In countries under Mohammedan rule, they are unthinkable. But in Uganda, where homosexuality was officially made illegal, it really is an act of courage and defiance to hold one. (Roughly equivalent to holding a Pro-Israel, Pro-Gun, Pro-Life event on an American college campus, but less dangerous.)
Scores of Ugandan homosexuals and their supporters are holding a gay pride parade on a beach in the lakeside town of Entebbe.
The parade is their first public event since a Ugandan court invalidated an anti-gay law that was widely condemned by some Western governments and human rights watchdogs.
According to one gay activist at the parade, roughly 200 people were expected to attend, and while some marched openly, others wore masks to avoid being identified.
And the rabid left, of course, blames American conservatives for the actions of an African legislature, but whatevs.