#RhodesWar and being expelled for protesting rape culture whilst rapists graduate

Rape Culture: A social context that involves disbelieving survivors of sexual violence, casual sexism, and how we view street harassment, catcalling or any sort of sexual harassment as normal or a good way to court women. It also involves trivialising or mocking sexual violence, such as rape jokes. –    Dela Gwala, previous head of […]
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Getting It Right: LGBT women and HIV/AIDS

By Tatenda Muranda Post-colonial Africa has become an exciting space for LGBT activism because of the vast possibilities for change. Within the African regional human rights system there is no explicit recognition of the right to non-discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation but this has not stopped African LGBT movements from making headway in […]
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