Miniskirt, Porn Law Debate Rages On


The Ethics and Integrity Minister Reverend Simon Lokodo has said that the Anti-Pornography Bill is not about miniskirts but the "vulgar and obscene way of exposing the human body for fun".


  • Uganda:  The Anti-Pornography Bill - The Miniskirt Debate Rages On

    ThinkAfricaPress, 22 April 2013

    With its vague and broad definition of 'pornography', Uganda's proposed Anti-Pornography Bill could curb a range of individual rights and freedoms. read more »

  • Uganda:  Anti-Pornography Bill

    The Independent, 20 April 2013

    What has it got to do with how high up the thigh a mini-skirt is? read more »

  • Uganda:  Uganda Has More Pressing Problems

    The Observer, 18 April 2013

    Like most things sexual, the Anti-Pornography Bill that was recently introduced by the minister of Ethics and Integrity has generated a lot of excitement among supporters and ... read more »

  • Uganda:  In Defence of the Mini-Skirt

    New Vision, 16 April 2013

    The portfolio of Minister for Ethics and Integrity in Uganda is not a very interesting one, a kind of poor cousin to the other, 'bigger' Ministries. So the Minister does not get to ... read more »

  • Uganda:  City Dude - Save The Miniskirt

    The Observer, 11 April 2013

    Ladies, if you walk into a room and guys turn to look at you, better thank God. So many women out there would kill for a chance to have dudes stare and at least smile at them. ... read more »

  • Uganda:  Would Men Miss The Miniskirt?

    The Observer, 11 April 2013

    Albert, an accountant with a top city bank, says he is tired of the insecurity he feels whenever he is at work. read more »

  • Uganda:  Anti-Pornography Bill Not About Miniskirts - Minister

    New Vision, 10 April 2013

    The Anti-Pornography Bill 2011, recently re-tabled in Parliament is not about miniskirts alone as is being portrayed by sections of the press, Ethics and Integrity Minister, Rev. ... read more »

Photo: New Vision

Parliament: The government has defended itself that the Anti-Pornography Bill is not about miniskirts.

  • Uganda:  Parliament's Love Affair With Sex Laws Is Suspicious

    The Observer, 7 April 2013

    Imagine that a given village is plagued with cattle thieves and armed robberies. read more »

  • Uganda:  The Geezer - Step Aside Marriage and Divorce Bill, Enter Miniskirt Bill

    The Observer, 7 April 2013

    Bills, whichever way you look at them, are out to kill us geezers. We are barely done with this bill when another drops in; electricity bills, order mismanagement bills, water ... read more »

  • Namibia:  MP Supports Mini-Skirt Proponents

    New Era, 3 April 2013

    Swapo parliamentarian, Alexia Manombe-Ncube, has strongly supported activists who demonstrated for their right to wear mini-skirts. The demonstrators said the wearing of ... read more »