Category Archives: Secrecy

2013 June 27: Who I Am

by Bulumko I ‘came out’ as a lesbian to my friends and some family members only a few months ago. Realizing that I was sexually and emotionally attracted to women, in my early teens, was very terrifying but being in … Continue reading

Posted in Complicated Lesbian Relationships, Crea(c)tive senses, Homosexuality, Jealousy, Love, Relationships, Secrecy, South Africa, Visualizing public spaces, We Care, We Still Can with/out Resources, Women who have sex with Women, Writing is a Right, Youth voices | Tagged , , , , | 6 Comments

2013 May 30: A woman, a mother, a teacher, (a lesbian)

All of who I am. by Silondiwe Mathebula I am a woman form a very rural, cultural background of the Zulu clan in South Africa. A clan  with a rich history of kings like King Shaka and Cetshwayo; history that … Continue reading

Posted in Community, Creating awareness, Education, Exposure, Family, Gender naming, Institution, Intellectualism, Johannesburg, Know Your SA Queer History, Life Stories, Networking, Organizations, Praying, Professional black lesbians in South Africa, Readings, ReClaim Your Activism, Records and histories, Relationships, Secrecy, South Africa, Visual history is a Right not a luxury, We Care, We Still Can with/out Resources, Women; Voices; Writings; Education; Traditions; Struggles; Cultures, Youth voices | Tagged | 22 Comments