Reading across artistic, political, and legal expressions of LGBT activism in and from Uganda reveals an aesthetics of silence. These moments of silence serve as a strategy of deferral that enables Ugandans on both sides of the Anti-Homosexuality Bill controversy to refuse humanitarian savior narratives, affirm the legitimacy of the postcolonial state, and point the way toward an East African grammar of justice.

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