Category: Politics & Lifestyle

Botswana’s Pride & Prejudice: Repeal 164 and continued queerphobia

Politics & Lifestyle

Botswana’s Pride & Prejudice: Repeal 164 and continued queerphobia

By Bakang  Akoonyatse Recently Botswana’s LGBT community had every reason to celebrate as we won the right to…

Subjected Sexuality

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Subjected Sexuality

By Thulie Love I have always wondered what would happen if I was a human being, no gender, no…

Identity is A Journey, Doing Me is Continuous

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Identity is A Journey, Doing Me is Continuous

By Blaccqueer Mercy has spent the past 21 years trying to figure out who they* are. This is…

Face to Face with Fear

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Face to Face with Fear

  By Nthabiseng I’d like to think that it’s because I have not been on this earth long…

Body poppin’ all the time: a look at body positivity

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Body poppin’ all the time: a look at body positivity

Women’s magazines throw so many messages at you: one article will tell you to love yourself whilst three…

Dark Juices and Erotics- A reflection

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Dark Juices and Erotics- A reflection

By PurpleQueerSage I’ve been thinking about pleasure. What my pleasure means, what it looks like, how it appears…

Queer Spaces are Not Inherently Safe Spaces

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Queer Spaces are Not Inherently Safe Spaces

1st December, 2018. I’m at a soiree to mark World AIDS day with my fellow queers. Music, dancing…

Stud, femme stem, dyke & butch: what means what?

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Stud, femme stem, dyke & butch: what means what?

LGBTIQ. So many letters, so little time. Aren't they all more or less the same? Nope, not at…

Let It Rain: Dead Snails on Daughter’s Windowsill Part II

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Let It Rain: Dead Snails on Daughter’s Windowsill Part II

[Content/Trigger Warning: death of a loved one and graphic description of sex] May 20th, 2019 “I don’t want…

Owning my sex, even after the abuse

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Owning my sex, even after the abuse

By Marygrace TW: sexual abuse/assault  Two months after the abuse stopped, I needed to get back in the…