Category: Afro Sexual Politics

Not all queers want to be queens: The dominant to precarious queer spectrum

Afro Sexual Politics

Not all queers want to be queens: The dominant to precarious queer spectrum

By Kneo Mokgopa There are straight women who entertain and accessorise themselves with eccentric and loud gay men…

Sacrificial

Afro Sexual Politics,Blog

Sacrificial

By Iah Moon I watched you walk down the aisle, I took your hand and you tattooed secret…

A fat girl’s off journey towards intimacy and self acceptance.

Afro Sexual Politics

A fat girl’s off journey towards intimacy and self acceptance.

By Lyn “Babe, I hope you’re going to stay over tonight”. Under normal circumstances, a girl should be…

Feminist porn: Giving the world a little something different when it comes to online sex

Afro Sexual Politics,Sex

Feminist porn: Giving the world a little something different when it comes to online sex

People are always pretending they do not watch porn. Ask people whether they do and they will give…

Women and Sexual Minorities Denied a Seat at the Table by the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights

Afro Sexual Politics

Women and Sexual Minorities Denied a Seat at the Table by the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights

This is a statement from the Coalition Of African Lesbians. It was originally published here. For the french…

‘We may be equal but some of us are more equal than others’: Unpacking privilege within organising and safe spaces

Afro Sexual Politics

‘We may be equal but some of us are more equal than others’: Unpacking privilege within organising and safe spaces

By Amanda Hodgeson I was not able to attend the women’s march on 1 August 2018. I was,…

The Wildness Ep 8: Sitting down to chat about ‘She Called Me Woman’ and Nigerian queer women

Afro Sexual Politics,Podcasts & Video

The Wildness Ep 8: Sitting down to chat about ‘She Called Me Woman’ and Nigerian queer women

A podcast by two queer African girls trying to get through life. *Warning: this podcast had ALL the…

From Inxeba to Rafiki: state-sanctioned erasure of queer stories in Africa must end now

Afro Sexual Politics

From Inxeba to Rafiki: state-sanctioned erasure of queer stories in Africa must end now

Movies depicting LGBTIQ experiences have been banned in Kenya and South Africa – adding fuel to the dangerous…

Listen: Querying the cloak, Queering the solution: Dealing with violence and abuse in our own feminist spaces (podcast)

Afro Sexual Politics,Podcasts & Video

Listen: Querying the cloak, Queering the solution: Dealing with violence and abuse in our own feminist spaces (podcast)

Amanda read her piece for us on intimate partner violence in queer spaces which you can read here.…

HOLAA Loves: Ted Talk – How to have a healthier, positive relationship to sex

Afro Sexual Politics,Events,Podcasts & Video

HOLAA Loves: Ted Talk – How to have a healthier, positive relationship to sex

'From our fear of women's bodies to our sheepishness around the word "nipple," our ideas about sex need…