The Uganda newspaper Rolling Stone on Monday published the names and photos of 10 more alleged gay men, CNN reported.

The paper's cover story Men of Shame Part II follows the publication of a story that featured photos and addresses of the country's top gay men and lesbians alongside a yellow banner that read “hang them.”

“A cross-section of heartless homosexuals is seriously recruiting and brainwashing unsuspecting kids into gay circles,” Editor Giles Muhame wrote in Monday's article.

Being gay in Uganda is a criminal offense punishable by life imprisonment in some instances.

The paper's first list resulted in attacks on at least four people, gay rights groups in the country say.

A controversial anti-gay bill thought to have been shelved remains viable, its sponsor told CNN.

Lawmaker David Bahati's bill includes a death penalty provision for people who repeatedly engage in gay sex and those who are HIV-positive. The bill also bans the “promotion of homosexuality,” which would effectively outlaw political organizations, broadcasters and publishers that advocate on behalf of gay rights.

“We are very confident,” Bahati said about passage of the bill, “because this is a piece of legislation that is needed in this country to protect the traditional family here in Africa, and also protect the future of our children.”