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Queer Afrika
A denim crazy wanna be academic who is neurotically opposed to the mundane with an incurable love for beautiful things.
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Queer Afrika Dec 5
Tell Cabinet ( + ) to abandon nuclear as an option and instead invest in 100% Black owned renewables + move to democratised community owned power
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I hadn't thought about this much before, but, damn...
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Queer Afrika Sep 20
Sign the Petition via
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Queer Afrika Sep 11
"There is not one but many silences": Responses to Inxeba (the wound) - via
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Queer Afrika Sep 9
James Perfectly Responds To Caller Who Cites “Political Correctness” During Debate. This is just brilliant! LBC
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Queer Afrika Sep 8
Inxeba (The wound) - The trouble with making men - Thank you for this important film
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Queer Afrika Sep 6
"TJOVITJO: I’M SORRY, WHAT?" A good read. via
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Queer Afrika Aug 28
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Queer Afrika Aug 16
"A love letter to the black man." This piece moves me still. A radical act of black love.
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Queer Afrika Aug 2
Replying to @Ashkhen
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Queer Afrika Aug 2
'Disrupting Johannesburg Pride: Gender, race, and class in LGBTI' in latest AGENDA journal.
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Queer Afrika Jul 26
retract Somerset rezoning application & put the public first. Support via
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Queer Afrika Jul 25
Donate to "People Against Suffering Oppression and Poverty". They do amazing work. Colours of Cape Town 2017
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Queer Afrika Jul 24
"No land allocation for married same-sex couples" says Chief Nonkonyana - via
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Queer Afrika Jul 24
Is there is an inherent contradiction between “ethnic” and/or “tribal” identity and citizenship via
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Queer Afrika Jul 23
"Nelson Mandela University must be named in full" No abbreviations." New Chapter for my alma mater.
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Queer Afrika Jul 11
"This Hell Not Mine: On Moving from Nigeria to America" an essay by via
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Queer Afrika Jul 9
It's scathing, yes. But it's not mean. It's not nasty. It's just brutally honest.
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Queer Afrika Jul 5
"we might find ourselves with first female president yet not be able to transform the lives of women for the better"
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Queer Afrika Jul 1
Mineral Resources Minister, Mosebenzi Zwane, will be remembered as most generous wedding underwriter in SA history
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