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(A note on why the CHOGM is an important forum for this speech - of the 80 countries of the world that still criminalize same-sex conduct, 40 of them are among the 53 CHOGM countries!) His entire speech is devoted to railing against Uganda for the introduction of the Anti-Homosexual Bill - truly the most horrendous piece of legislation I have ever seen - anywhere, anytime. (As some of you know, I was hired two months ago to motivate and coordinate international opposition to the bill among international governments, international funders, NGOs, and with the groups in Uganda fighting the bill. A vote is possible in January.) In any event, please, please take time to read his speech. It is the most passionate and intelligent condemnation of homophobia that I have ever seen given - must less by a straight guy, at a straight-laced international meeting. It is a most passionate indictment of homophobia and of a government that is blindly willing to allow homophobia to derail the many real issues the country faces. And, it is the embodiment of the impact of all of the people, work and lives lost, spanning decades and borders, devoted to turning the tide of homophobia and the truly horrendous treatment of LGBT people - here and everywhere. Stephen Lewis stands above most of his peers, it is true. But he'd be the first to tell you he could not have stood there this morning if truly brave LGBT people around the world did not fight back when it wasn't popular, and teach the world a thing or two about resilience, about humanity and about love. We are a better world for the fact that LGBT people are a part of it. And I am thankful that that message is getting across to the highest levels of government. 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It is a most passionate indictment of homophobia and of a government that is blindly willing to allow homophobia to derail the many real issues the country faces. And, it is the embodiment of the impact of all of the people, work and lives lost, spanning decades and borders, devoted to turning the tide of homophobia and the truly horrendous treatment of LGBT people - here and everywhere. Stephen Lewis stands above most of his peers, it is true. But he'd be the first to tell you he could not have stood there this morning if truly brave LGBT people around the world did not fight back when it wasn't popular, and teach the world a thing or two about resilience, about humanity and about love. We are a better world for the fact that LGBT people are a part of it. And I am thankful that that message is getting across to the highest levels of government. 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