The year is 1884. The Kingdom of Buganda has a new King, Kabaka Mwanga II. He is a teenager and everybody’s talking about him, his sexuality, and the young men in his court.
Ostracized by his family in Uganda for being gay, a lonely Gibson leaves for Kenya after he survives an attempted acid attack.
In this episode, we find out firsthand what the effect of words preached in Kenyan churches and mosques has been on the lives of LGBT Kenyans along coast. How does a religious leader calling for mobs to “flush out the gays” have a change of heart?