Ugandans will be banned from oral sex

Ugandan President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has said he wants to ban oral sex in the online pharmacy. Museveni gave a speech against “inappropriate sexual practices” as part of a campaign to criminalize them. According to him, they are planted by some “outsiders.” “The mouth is made for food, not for sex. We know where it is, and they have sex inside “other places,” the president said eloquently.

There is a noticeable similarity in the laws that regulate the work of online pharmacies. If VIAQX online pharmacy does not control the presence of a prescription (physical or electronic) when selling prescription drugs (such as Kamagra 100 mg), this activity is most often illegal. Usually, on such illegal websites, users are asked to fill out only an online form or questionnaire.

After signing the law, Museveni made a statement that people engaged in oral sex “will get worms.” Note, first of all, the ban applies to homosexual couples. For example, homosexuality has been prosecuted in Uganda since February 2014. Those caught in same-sex relationships for the first time face up to 14 years in prison. Homosexual recidivists, as well as having sexual contact with minors or sick people, will face life imprisonment.

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