Symptoms

HOLAA, African sexualities, LGBTI, coming out,
By Sibu Malungu I am awake Dreams have been shattered Thank you I am grateful I am in pain My hope for us is gone But it’s okay Now I can fully embrace another Damn, I am here again? Lying to myself When I know that my heart may never heal My hope may never […]
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Branches of light stretch across plains

HOLAA, African sexualities, ithongomusings, revolution, poetry
By Mariam Likimani-De Cock Branches of light stretch across plains Cracked and void of usual intimacy Light filters through the cracks Creates a glow around the emptiness Then spreads through it like music through deserted halls Darkness rushes through Engulfing the light Silencing the music Voices echo through the desolate plains Voices dripping with disapproval […]
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Faire son coming-out : quelques conseils utiles (coming out to loved ones: a short guide)

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Faire son coming-out est probablement l’une des choses les plus difficiles que l’on est à faire. C’est une tâche pénible, terrifiante et super angoissante. Vous laissez l’angoisse s’accumuler pendant longtemps avant d’avoir le courage de le faire. Pour certains, faire son coming-out n’est rien d’autre qu’une corvée sociale ; quelque chose d’agaçant à faire, oui, mais […]
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