Well, this is a minuscule step:
The Ugandan parliamentarian behind an anti-gay bill that attracted worldwide condemnation said the most controversial part of the legislation — the death penalty provision — is likely to be dropped from the bill.
David Bahati said if the parliament committee the bill currently sits before recommends that the death penalty provision be removed, “I would concede.”
“The death penalty is something we have moved away from,” Bahati told The Associated Press in an interview.
Good. Now move away from the entire bigoted bill.