Category Archives: Antwerp

2013 July 31: Highlights from World Outgames Human Rights conference and after

Photos by Dikeledi Sibanda, Kopano Sibeko & Lesego Tlhwale representing FEW and Inkanyiso… Antwerp, BELGIUM. Reflections on Antwerp trip to be posted later. Related articles 2013 August 9: For the love of sport activism and 2013 Aug. 6: Invisibility of black … Continue reading

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2013 Aug. 9: Muholi being seen by fellow artists

Location: Antwerp, Belgium Related articles 2013 July 27: African Lesbians and Transgender Facing Belgium and 2013 Aug. 7: Reality Check from the 2013 World Outgames  

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2013 Aug. 6: Invisibility of black lesbians ‘From safe harbours to Equality’

by Lesego Tlhwale  Colorful countries flags rose up in the sky with pride as hundreds of people walked in the Wanganitie grounds where the official opening of the World Outgames III in Antwerp, Belgium took place. The anticipated 20,000+ participants … Continue reading

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2013 July 26: I met my love at a lesbian funeral

…being consoled by my butch lover’s friend made so much sense. even the tears i shed over two weeks before her burial disappeared in a moment. friends and family members were bitching about how quick i moved on or lent … Continue reading

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