Homosexuality may be defined as an attraction, and having sexual relations and acts with members of the same gender. Uganda highly disapproves homosexuality at the society level and criminalizes it by law. Out of a national population of 31 million people, there are about 500,000 estimated homosexuals, practicing secretly. There is currently a proposed bill in parliament to widen the criminalization into two: aggravated homosexuality and the offence of homosexuality. Aggravated homosexuality includes homosexuality committed by HIV-positive persons, parents, figures of authority, or on minors. The offense of homosexuality includes sexual acts of the same-sex and involvement in same-sex marriages. The Ugandan’s extent of the behavior’s disapproval exhibits itself in the assertions that the proposed bill also covers Ugandans living outside of Uganda and engaging in homosexuality. It further proposes that aggravated homosexuality be punishable by life imprisonment while the offence of homosexuality is punishable by up to 14 years jail term.