Naome was featured in Call me Kuchu, a critically aclaimed documentary about being LGBT in Uganda. She talked to us about her experiences making the film.
'"When I watched the film the first time it really reminded me of my close friend who died in the struggle. It broke me for some time and I felt that I was left with no hope. I've learnt that the more I watch it the more I get empowered to continue to do my work and support those people who need my support.
Religious fundamentalists started preaching that we are coming up to destroy society and that we should be killed before we're able to destroy it. And when an ignorant person hears this on a talk show they can never support us. And this is something that's always in the media and the government does nothing to stop it, in fact they support it. It's damaging the nation.
But there are religious supporters of equality in Uganda. And also many NGOs who support our work, so despite the government and the bigger community who are against gay people we also have support.
If we continue documenting the realities Africa will be better. Everyone will have freedom of speech, freedom and privacy - and be able to enjoy their land."
You can find out more about Call Me Kuchu, here