Since her university days, Kasha Jacqueline Nabagesera, an openly gay woman and activist in Uganda where homosexuality is illegal, has been a victim of vicious tabloid gossip. "They were writing about 'secrets inside the lesbian's den'," Nabagesera, 34, told AFP. She said she had been attacked and evicted "so many times" because of the media coverage. Now Uganda's gay community is fighting back with Bombastic, a new magazine published and distributed privately. The free 72-page glossy publication features personal essays, commentaries and poems by "proud" lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) Ugandans, some using pseudonyms.