HEADLINES

A new queer chorus for Johannesburg: The recently founded Johannesburg Queer Chorus (JQC) is gearing up to host its first rehearsals in March following four months of planning and preparation.
Rapport slammed for “malicious” article demeaning transgender children: Rapport has been blasted for an article that belittled transgender children as individuals who are confused about their "real" gender.
Desmond Tutu’s long history of fighting for lesbian and gay rights: Archbishop Desmond Tutu is mostly known to the world for campaigning against apartheid but he has also become one of the continent's most prominent advocates for the rights of lesbian and gay people.
Pressure grows for eSwatini to legalise same-sex love: As the eSwatini (formerly Swaziland) government argues that LGBTIQ people are "unnatural", a new petition is demanding that it decriminalise same-sex intimacy.
PTA trans women locked out of insurance payout: A transgender woman has experienced one of the many challenges involved in updating the gender marker in her identity documents.
Lindo Cele murder accused bail hearing postponed: The bail application of the man accused of murdering LGBTIQ musician Lindo Cele in a suspected hate crime has been postponed to later this month.
Pink Loerie Mardi Gras and Arts Festival returns for 2020 edition: The annual Pink Loerie Mardi Gras and Arts Festival will be bringing some sparkle, fun and glamour to the streets of the idyllic coastal town of Knysna from 30 April to 3 May 2020.
How might our outlook on gender and sexuality change in the next decade?: It’s plain to see that the global LGBTQI+ community have seen great strides being made over the past ten years, so what will the next decade bring?
President of Seychelles opens Commonwealth equality meeting: The President of Seychelles Danny Faure has launched a meeting of Commonwealth activists on discrimination against women, girls and the LGBT community.

FEATURES

Desmond Tutu’s long history of fighting for lesbian and gay rights: Archbishop Desmond Tutu is mostly known to the world for his highly prominent
How might our outlook on gender and sexuality change in the next decade?: It’s plain to see that the global LGBTQI+ community have seen great
Here are our 10 favourite local LGBTQ celebrity couples: “Love, having no geography, knows no boundaries,” said the writer, Truman
10 queer romance tips for Valentine’s Day: Whether you and your bae are celebrating your very first Valentine’s Day together, or whether you’ve stopped
Healing | Dear Dad, I forgive you: As the month of love comes around again, I have decided to reflect on where I seek love, where I pour it out to and where I receive
SA drag queens living amid the coronavirus outbreak: The world is on tenterhooks as the alarming new coronavirus continues to spread. The biggest impact
Celebrate Cape Town Pride 2020 over 17 days: Cape Town Pride 2020 will mark its 17th annual Pride Festival with an impressive 17-day programme from 14
Life | Loss | Love: Botswana queer life in photography: A striking new digital photography project is exploring queer experiences in Botswana and
Christian privilege | Court will force Beloftebos to stop discriminating against LGBTQ people:
Last week, two women who were turned

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A new queer chorus for Johannesburg: The recently founded Johannesburg Queer Chorus (JQC) is gearing up to host its first rehearsals in March following four
Pink Loerie Mardi Gras and Arts Festival returns for 2020 edition: The annual Pink Loerie Mardi Gras and Arts Festival will be bringing some sparkle,
Wait, so is Somizi having a THIRD wedding?: Can too much be too much? Somizi Mhlongo has announced that he and husband Mohale Motaung are planning to tie
Queer Photography | Limbo: Queer identities and young men in limbo situations feature in a new photography exhibition by artist Gil Mualem-Doron at Cape Town’s
Here are our 10 favourite local LGBTQ celebrity couples: “Love, having no geography, knows no boundaries,” said the writer, Truman
Jussie Smollett faces new criminal charges: Despite being let off the hook last year, American actor Jussie Smollett has again been charged for his alleged

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A new queer chorus for Johannesburg The recently founded Johannesburg Queer Chorus (JQC) is gearing up to host its first rehearsals in March following four
Rapport slammed for “malicious” article demeaning transgender children Rapport has been blasted for an article that belittled
Desmond Tutu’s long history of fighting for lesbian and gay rights Archbishop Desmond Tutu is mostly known to the world for his highly prominent
Pressure grows for eSwatini to legalise same-sex love
As the eSwatini (formerly Swaziland) government argues that LGBTIQ people are “unnatural,”
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The recent Feathers Festival in Johannesburg was a truly
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One of Sandton's busiest thoroughfares was turned into a
Marking 30 years since the inception of Johannesburg Pride,
Saturday's Johannesburg Pride Parade was one of the largest
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WHAT'S ON

Pink Loerie Mardi Gras and Arts Festival returns for 2020 edition The annual Pink Loerie Mardi Gras and Arts Festival will be bringing some sparkle, fun and glamour to the streets of the idyllic coastal town of Knysna from 30 April to 3 May 2020.
Queer Photography | Limbo Queer identities and young men in limbo situations feature in a new photography exhibition by artist Gil Mualem-Doron at Cape Town's Greatmore Studios.
Jozi nightlife | Priscilla’s Cocktail Bar A camp new LGBTQ watering hole has opened in Illovo's popular pink district in Johannesburg, aptly named Priscilla's Cocktail Bar.
Pride TV on Video Play: Fair Haven Fair Haven is a coming-of-age drama about the troubled relationship between two boys, now streaming on the Pride TV Channel on Vodacom’s Video Play platform.
Celebrate Cape Town Pride 2020 over 17 days Cape Town Pride will mark its 17th annual Pride Festival with an impressive 17-day programme from 14 February to 1 March 2020.
Pride TV on Video Play: Thirsty Thirsty is a true-life post-queer musical drama about a drag queen fighting for acceptance, now streaming on the Pride TV Channel on Vodacom’s Video Play platform.