Category Archives: Trans Activism

2014 May 30: I was a boy who would one day grow up to be a man

by Samson ‘Thabo’ Brown   I have never believed that God made mistakes. I have always believed that everything happens for a reason. That reason has always been to fulfill God’s greater purpose for your life. That’s how I view … Continue reading

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2014 Feb.5: “No one can live without love”

by Betesta Segale   My name is Betesta Segale. I am a 31 years old trans man. I am a LGTBI activist, a writer and a communicator. I have always found it easy to interact and be open with people. … Continue reading

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