Tag Archives: Poetry; Expression; Art Activism; Feelings; South African artists; Sex; Sexual liberation

2018 Oct. 25: Black Queer Joy

Photos and text by Lerato Dumse     Simon Nkoli Memorial Lecture brought together Sandile Ndelu, Letlhogonolo Mokgoroane and Dr Dulcy Rakumakoe three academic minds to lead the panel discussion marking the 20th year commemoration titled Black Queer Possibilities: Reading … Continue reading

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2013 May 15: A bit of homophobia

Hide from our people I do not know how it happened I do not remember how it happened I did not plan for it to happen Till today I do not know how it still happens I looked all over … Continue reading

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2013 April 30: this summer

… received via email on Jun 26, 2011 at 5:28 PM Please click on the sound button above to listen to the whole poem __________________________________ this summer i want to fuck hard, i want the fridge in the kitchen shaking, … Continue reading

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