Ugandan women in miniskirts face prison

By Drum Digital
13 February 2014

Ugandan legislation could see women fined 10m shilling (about R45 000) and imprisoned for 10 years if they do not cover up their bodies while in public

Ugandan parliament passed an anti-pornography bill.

The proposed new legislation outlaws pornographic material.

The law has a broad definition of “pornography,” this includes any showing of sexual parts of the body, including breasts, thighs or buttocks or any erotic behaviour intended to cause sexual excitement.

Mini-skirts and overtly sexual music videos could also be affected by the bill.

With this new law Ugandan women will have to cover up or face arrest.

-          Source: Voices of Africa

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