Category Archives: Feminism

2013 Nov. 25: We have always been here

  So you stare at me with lust, disgust and all the isms you have What! Say it and be brave enough to say it my face I see you are not sure what to say now Because I can … Continue reading

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2013 August 9: For the love of sport activism

by Dikeledi Sibanda Where: Antwerp, Belgium What: 2013 World Outgames When: 31 July – 11 Aug. First of let me acknowledge the National Women’s Day to all the women in South Africa, it is hard for me to say Happy … Continue reading

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2013 June 30: When Women’s private parts have no Privacy

by Lerato Dumse Women in South Africa face many challenges; however, being a woman in some parts of Makhaza, Khayelitsha must be a nightmare. The issue was first brought to my attention in 2010, when residents marched against Khayelitsha open … Continue reading

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2013 June 21: Yesterday’s Reality Check

Breakfast dialogue: Reality check: Understanding the lives of sexual minority women in South Africa. – Is lack of knowledge and misunderstandings causing sensationalism and victimhood in the media? Each time we are represented by outsiders, we are merely seen as … Continue reading

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2013 June 21: The Princess of Norway pitched just for Muholi

by Maureen Velile Majola As we gathered at the Kunstplass 5 gallery waiting for the Crown Princess of Norway, Mette-Marit to arrive. The Princess made a special trip to the gallery just to meet Zanele Muholi and see the ‘I See Rainbows’ … Continue reading

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2013 June 15: The Durban Lesbian Wedding of the Year

Inkanyiso attended and documented the best wedding of Ziningi & Delisile Ndlela at Ext. 3 Chesterville Hall, Durban. South Africa. Both are members of VMCI, whose congregants were also present. Photos by Nqobile Zungu & Zanele Muholi. (2013/06/15)   Related article … Continue reading

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2013 June 6: Reviving the spirit of Thokozani

“If not documented, it means it never existed.” As the world is ready for the 2013 World Outgames, Antwerp BELGIUM. On the other hand France is busy with the French-South season which will see a lot of our artists showcase … Continue reading

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