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Prostitution can’t be legal

By Vision Reporter

Added 7th August 2006 03:00 AM

SIR — I shuddered to imagine that I live in the same country with Stella Nambuya who has the gall to call the Parliament to entrench prostitution as a legal trade! Stella is a misguided feminist who is making life harder for all women.

SIR — I shuddered to imagine that I live in the same country with Stella Nambuya who has the gall to call the Parliament to entrench prostitution as a legal trade! Stella is a misguided feminist who is making life harder for all women.

SIR — I shuddered to imagine that I live in the same country with Stella Nambuya who has the gall to call the Parliament to entrench prostitution as a legal trade! Stella is a misguided feminist who is making life harder for all women.

Prostitution breaks marriages.
Many an innocent women have had their marriages destroyed by HIV/AIDS which many men get from prostitutes.

At a recent press conference, Dr. Sam Okware shared that about 70 per cent of the prostitutes in Uganda have HIV/AIDS and other STDs. Stella wants to create a sick freaky world where you can work as a Member of Parliament and also supplement your employment as a prostitute!

Stella is making life harder for the prostitutes who are forced into the debauchery and the sexual abuse that go with prostitution. Many want quality jobs not the legalisation of the hostile and exploitative debauchery that governs the prostitution Mafia.

No wonder many prostitutes are drug abusers and they don't have long life span. Few if any ever experience a normal lifestyle whey they can have a family and raise children.

Stella, like many other misguided feminists, need to go for prayers and public health sensitisation because she suffers ideological ill health. It seems that Stella's good degree in Agricultural Economics from Nairobi did not prepare her for sound understanding of our people.

Perhaps the radical feminists have force fed her with too much propaganda. Stella cannot show us one prostitute who has succeeded in life with health, family and education.

Stella, you are making life harder for women all over by advocating for prostitution. Your ideas have no empirical substance in the empowerment of women youth and families.

There is indeed a widening gulf between the ordinary African women, and the overzealous “men are evil and women wearing men's trousers is development brigade.”
Many women I have talked to, are shocked by the modern feminists who are funded by the failed Western interests and ideologies.

Many African women are largely traditional, they have a faith in God and care deeply about family, culture and morality. They are scandalised by the dire lack of morals in the current crop of some of the self styled feminists of today.

Stella reminds them of the promoters of the “vagina monologues”, a low class vulgar and debauched play which promoted worship of women’s genitalia in the name of women’s liberation. Just as this pink elephant project was shut down, Stella and the choir of prostitutes must immediately be refereed as offside by the great whistle of our Parliament and government. Bravo Hon Butuuro for a good rebuttal on this subject.

Martin Ssempa
Kampala

Prostitution can’t be legal

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