In rural communities of Uganda, a case study of Busia District, women carry heavy burdens of caring for children and the extended family at large. While their drunken husbands loiter around trading centres, gamble and drink themselves silly, women wake up in wee hours of the night to go to the garden because they have to dig their own and also look for middle income families to dig for them and get paid something little to feed their large families. As she returns home, she has a lot of work to do-from cleaning, cooking, fetching water and firewood, washing because our patriarchal societies have defined their roles. Generally a typical Ugandan woman does not have time for herself, all she does is to work so that the children can have something to eat. She goes to bed very exhausted and expected to offer sex to their husbands, in cases where she is not in the mood she is raped because it's assumed that it's her primary duty.