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2015 May 6: Photos from Queer Futures by Adejoke Tugbiyele

The Pen World Voices Festival of International Literature runs May 4-10. “Queer Futures” takes place Wednesday, May 6, 6–7:30 p.m. at the Sheen Center Loretto Auditorium, 18 Bleecker Street, New York City   Queer Futures panel moderated by Shireen Hassim featuring … Continue reading

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2015 Mar.3: A Letter to my Mother

by Sicka ‘Shaz’ Mthunzi Imbokodo is what she is, a mother that I love and respect more than anything in the world. She has the strength of 10 men and a heart full of life and love. She is my … Continue reading

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2015 Feb. 13: From Johannesburg to Oslo

Photo Album by Nontuthuzelo Mduba, Themba Vilakazi and Zanele Muholi   2015 Feb. 10:  Shaz aka “Sicka Starban” Mthunzi was lucky enough to be accompanied by her family to the airport. Her mother is standing on the far left (wearing … Continue reading

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2015 Feb. 13: Abalisa abane basolwa ngokudlwengula nokukhuthuza

by Londeka Dlamini Basagcinwe estokisini abasolwa abane malungana necala lokudlwengulwa nokukhuthuzwa kowesifazane oneminyaka engamashumi amathathu nanye (31) wasendaweni ya KwaZakhele esifundazweni sase Eastern Cape. Lelicala liqulwa enkantolo ephakeme kwelinye lamadolobha i-Port Elizabeth kuso lesi sifundazwe. Labalisa abaneminyaka ephakathi kwengamashumi amabili … Continue reading

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2014 Nov. 27: The night that was…

… with Miles Rutendo Tanhira (right) and Pendo James (left)  at SATS gym in Stockholm. Camera used:  Canon 6D with 50mm lens. © Photos by Zanele Muholi             Related links 2014 Nov. 27: “I am … Continue reading

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2014 Oct. 17: SA Fashion Week photo of the night

 

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2014 Oct. 8: Beautiful faces and kisses from Soweto Pride 2014

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