15 Lesbian rules to break

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By Barbara Ward for KitschMix The opinions about stereotypes are all over the board. Some people think that stereotypes exist to keep us down, and some people think that stereotypes exist to make categorization easier. Personally, I feel that they can be used for your benefit or against it, depending on how they’re applied. Certainly, […]
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Soul Mates

HOLAA, HOLAAfrica, Posts, Queer, Africa, Ithongomusings, Photography, LGBTIQ, Queer Women of colour,
By Nyar Afrika “I raised you better Mpho! You will not bring a woman into my house!” “But Ma, I love her!” “Bullshit! What do you know about love? Does the Bible say that we should love men or our fellow women? I am ashamed of you! You are a disgrace!” “Ma!” “Quiet Mpho! I […]
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Qu’est-ce qu’une lesbienne? (What Is A Lesbian- French Translation)

This is a piece from our publication called Emergence download it  here. Here is the English version.  Par Kagure Mugo C’est quoi ça encore une lesbienne ?  Pour répondre à cette question, il te faudra expliquer à ta grand-mère la « théorie queer », la « diffusion » des concepts des droits de humain et des « instruments internationaux » qui nous […]
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What is Lesbian Now?

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By Kagure Mugo You try to tell her about Foucault and “theories of identity,”  but she asks if Foucault is your husband. Suddenly all those hours spent in a lecture hall doing gender courses seem powerless against the sheer titanium force that is the gates of her mind, a mind tempered by 80-plus years of […]
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