Majority of the people in Uganda including some women assert that, traditionally land belongs to men which in my view are incorrect. For example, the traditional and cultural practices of most communities in pre-colonial Uganda enabled both women and men to access land. Neither men nor women owned land; they both had equal access to land and the issue of ownership did not arise. It is only when colonialists introduced capitalism that the issue of men owning land was introduced while women and children were expected to provide free labor in order to maximize on profits. Land and property were appropriated by men as “bread-winners” surprisingly today, men continue to be regarded as bread-winners even in circumstances where it is their wives sustaining the families. To this, the assertion that traditionally land belongs to men is a clear evidence of men’s greed towards property grabbing and money. Different societies in Uganda have conferred different roles and responsibilities to men and women within the households and in communities. In general, they have entrusted reproductive chores, food crop production and food processing to women but resources such as land needed to meet these responsibilities are vested in men.