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Carl Collison

The Muslims who will not choose between their god and being gay

Cape Town’s gay men won’t abandon Islam, despite the censure they sometimes face

Fighting the ‘whiteness’ of hope

A Brazilian trans woman has faith in Umbanda and Candomblé, two African-derived religions

Be your queer black self in Brazil

A monthly party sees crowds of up to 50 000 letting their hair down in São Paulo and other cities

Legal clinic is empowering queer communities

The centre is an offshoot of the organisation’s three-year, anti-hate crime initiative

Queens of the night answer their calling

Drag is about much more than just the fanfare and costumes —it is also about self-realisation and affirmation

São Paulo’s only ‘faggot house’ survives Bolsonaro

The election of Brazil’s right-wing president has let loose his followers’ queerphobia

Hormone drug shortage forces desperate solutions

Depo-Testosterone has been out of stock since December last year, possibly increasing the risk of serious physical and mental health problems

Rapists back at school with victims

Families say the Western Cape education department doesn’t care about their children’s wellbeing

High Court rules church’s anti-queer policy unlawful

The Pretoria high court this morning overturned a decision by the Dutch Reformed Church forcing queer clergy to be celibate

‘Justice denied’ as Kenya high court postpones ruling on same-sex relations

The challenge to the constitutionality of section 162 of the Penal Code was brought before the court by Kenyan human rights activists

Bid to queer SA’s political arena

There’s a move to equip LGBTIQ people with skills to become leaders and decision-makers

Africans say SA’s queer ‘haven’ is hell

Nondiscriminatory laws exist in name only for those seeking refuge from Uganda and elsewhere

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