A proposal by football authorities in Zambia to ban discrimination against gays and lesbians has sparked a national debate over homosexuality. The controversial clause is contained in the Football Association of Zambia's new draft constitution. It bans discrimination based on sexual orientation, in line with world governing body FIFA regulations. But its inclusion has divided a country where homosexuality is illegal and widely viewed as immoral. Some within the Zambia FA have slammed the proposal, saying it undermines the country's constitution.