Where is your husband?

HOLAAfrica, HOLAA, Black women
By Kuukua Dzigbordi Yomekpe “Hi! My name is Antoinette. I’m forty. I’m independent, single and happy.” “Hi Antoinette! Welcome,” a chorus of women’s voices responds. “Em…hello? My name is Kuukua…this is my first meeting. Oh…and I’m thirty-four.” “Hi Kuukua! Welcome.” A chorus of women’s voices respond yet again. “Welcome to WWISH, Kuukua, a place for […]
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#SecureYoSelf: Some tips and tricks on digital security (Storify)

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We attended a digital security workshop with APC (Association for Progressive Communications). We learned a whole tonne of things about protecting yourself online and bascially navigating that strange strange place called… THE INTERWEBS. We have more storifies, in case you loved this one. [View the story “#SecureYoSelf: Some tips and tricks on digital security” on Storify]
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Decolonizing queerness: Reflections on the Queer African Revolution

HOLAA, IDAHOT, LGBT Africa, Lesotho
By Gabriel Hoosain Khan This is a long reflection on decolonizing ‪‎queer ‪activism in ‪Africa. I was lucky to spend quite a bit of time at the 2016 Pan Africa Regional LGBTI Conference for Joburg, ‪(#‎PAI2016) conference hosted by Pan Africa ‪ILGA and ‪Iranti Org. Congratulations to the parties for putting it together because it was so amazing to connect with activist and organisations from […]
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