(AP) - A controversial newspaper in
The paper's managing editor, Giles Muhame, said he plans to continue publishing photos of gay men in order to "help them live responsible lives."
Earlier this month the paper - called Rolling Stone but not linked to the American magazine of the same name - published a front page story featuring a list of what the paper said were
Sexual Minorities Uganda has asked the country's highest court to issue an injunction against publishing the faces of gays in future editions.
"We now live in fear," said Julian Onzeima, the group's coordinator. "The Rolling Stone paper has led to people turning against us."
The legislation was drawn up following a visit by leaders of
The bill became political poison after international condemnation, and many Christian leaders have denounced it.