Whatever you do, do not say the f-word. Not the four letter f-word, the other one: feminism. It has to be one of the most incendiary and divisive words around. So divisive, in fact, that it cannot even be uttered at an event commemorating the contributions made by feminists over the past four decades.
What does it meant to build a politics centered on diversity? How do we seek to combat homophobia in cultural contexts different to our own? Can we build dialogue amongst communities of diverse sexes, sexualities and genders across the world? These questions were merely some of the issues, renowned gay Ugandan activist David Kato, who was brutally murdered last week, dedicated his life to.