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2015 Feb. 15: “I have won again”

by Shaz ‘Sicka Star-ban’ Mthunzi   First I became the 2014 Mr Lesbian Daveyton. Now being abroad for the first time feels more like a prize which is the lifetime opportunity I will never forget.‬ ‪While most people were busy planning their … Continue reading

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2014 March 1: Journeyed 3 cities in less than 30 hours

by Sly Mannya  I have known Zanele Muholi since 2003 when I was a 15 year old lesbian, in need to belong in a space where my sexuality (or whatever it was, I didn’t know at the time) was not … Continue reading

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2013 Feb. 1: Maybe it was not meant to be!

by Charmain Carrol I am back from Europe and am reflecting on all the things I did, people I met, and what a wonderful and productive time I had.  But I cannot stop thinking about how this trip almost never … Continue reading

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