BBC's Tulip Mazumdar asked Ugandans about how they felt about the new anti-gay law, and there is a very heated, anti-gay sentiment.
"They cannot make up a good family or a good relationship," said one woman. "According to the law, I just want it [homosexuality] to be out totally. Man and man: they cannot be together."
"I don't support gay [people], because our school told us it's bad and spreads disease," said a teenage boy.
The legislation has stoked the fire of anti-gay sentiment in the country and puts at significant risk the people who have been published as gay or gay rights activists.