Category Archives: Queer sports

2014 Jan.29: Education is primal

  by Tapuwa Moore Edited by Fikile Mazambani Tsohang tu yerr man! Personally I do not advocate for my freedom, I only have an urgent need for human rights based society. Maybe being a marginalized person; a lesbian, a black … Continue reading

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2013 Aug. 7: Reality Check from the 2013 World Outgames

by Kopano Sibeko According to the PR person at the Press room, he stated that only 31 South African athletes made it to the 2013 World Outgames, Antwerp. There are 17 males and 14 females whose race cannot be disclosed … Continue reading

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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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