The Christian conservative group Family Research Institute has reiterated its support for Uganda's anti-gay bill.

The bill, unanimously approved by lawmakers in December, provides for life imprisonment for the crime of “aggravated homosexuality” and outlaws the promotion of gay rights. The bill's 2009 introduction drew international condemnation for including the death penalty, which was not included in the final draft approved by lawmakers. President Yoweri Museveni has said that he disagrees with the bill.

“Depending on the severity of the homosexual offense, a fine, prison time or even capital punishment is warranted,” wrote the group, which is chaired by Paul Cameron. “The most important thing is to make it illegal, and thus keep those who fancy it (or seem addicted to it) off the streets, out of schools, with no 'right' to proselytize or advertise their preferences. (Current Russian law tries to do this without making the activity illegal; in most of the West, it must be made illegal first.)”

The FRI goes on to compare a person who identifies as gay to a person who strongly prefers Kraft Macaroni and Cheese.

“Gay activists and the psychiatric professions have reason to use the term 'homosexuals' – the former to 'be a people' and the latter to bill for a 'condition.' But those who so strongly prefer Kraft Macaroni and Cheese that they will eat almost nothing else are no more 'Krafts' than those are 'homosexuals' who so strongly prefer homosexual sex that they will seldom have heterosexual sex,” FRI wrote.