Tag Archives: Calm

2014 May 10: Unrequited love

by Bonolo Mokua   I could never hold her hand Though I would always get lost in her eyes, I could never hold her hand In fear that everyone would see that I am madly in love with her And … Continue reading

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2014 May 19: ‘Titleless’

“She won’t open up about anything that hurts so I’ve had to source alternative ways to understand the woman I love. She’s my calm, introverted soul who has mastered the persona of a swan – floats swiftly with grace and … Continue reading

Posted in Communication strategies, Complicated Lesbian Relationships, Connected souls, Contributors, Crea(c)tive senses, Creative Writing, Democracy, Details, Experience, Expression, Fear, Feelings, Hope, Human Beings, I can't do it ALONE, Intellectualism, it means never existed, Lesbian Love Is Possible in South Africa, Lesbian Youth, Love is a human right | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments

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

Posted in Allies, Alternative family, Another Approach Is Possible, Art Is A Human Right, Black Lesbians, Body Politics, Collaborations, Community, Community outreach, Connections, Creating awareness, Creative writer, Curative rapes, Dress code, Lobatse, Public toilets, rra, Trans Activism | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 5 Comments