What Sexual Freedom Means To Me – Kushaba Moses Mworeko

To me Sexual Freedom is the inherent liberty of people to embrace our God-given, beautiful, and sexy bodies, sexual organs, feelings and acts.

I look  at myself  as “a free and empowered person” working to emancipate LGBT and HIV-positive people in Uganda, Africa, and elsewhere from a life of bondage into a world of freedom, liberty, diversity, and respect for all experiences.

As adults, mature people, productive citizens, and observers of the law can we have sex with whomever, whenever, wherever,however we want?

Can we lay a foundation for the young and the generations to come to have and enjoy all the human rights including sexual freedom they are entitled to?

Is it possible to liberate those people still in bondage, unempowered, suffering at the expense of traditional belief systems?

The resounding answer is: “Yes We Can!”

When we KNOW what we DESERVE what we DESIRE we are able to pursue our desire with boldness and determination.

-Kushaba Moses Mworeko

Kushaba Moses Mworeko

Moses Mworeko is a gay refugee from Uganda who attained US citizenship in 2013, and in 2015 received a Masters of Social Work from USC. He is a social worker, HIV/AIDS and human rights activist, and US Army Combat medic. Moses continues to be a vocal advocate for HIV-positive and LGBT people and refugees through sharing his story. Moses currently works with California Department of Corrections as a clinical social worker also doing research with The Chicago School of Professional Psychology on the lives of Ugandan gay refugees in the US, hopefully leading to his Doctorate in Psychology.
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