The Feather Awards XV celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community and honor those who’ve made a significant impact in various realms.
It’s a victory for the LGBTQ+ community as the Supreme Court ended the law that decriminalised same-sex relations.
Prime Video’s Red, White & Royal Blue is the stereotype crushing, queer fairytale love story we have all been waiting for.
‘Home Wrecker’ actress Letoya Makhene-Pulumo responded to reports she was beaten up by her wife Lebohang Pulumo-Makhene.
Fire Island was well received by critics, and it continues to prove that they weren’t wrong. The movie is now an Emmy nominee.
Vogue Nights Jozi reached an impressive milestone this past weekend, and they celebrated with an epic winter ball.
Read Niza’s Journey of Identity and Aspiration
With International Pride Month drawing to a close, we look the man who fought two struggles at once Simon Nkoli.
The queer folks in Los Angeles lived their best lives alongside Mariah, when the diva gave a thrilling performance at LA Pride.
People often forget about respect, especially when it doesn’t concern them. Such is the case with the misgendering of queer bodies.
Uganda’s president has signed a new anti-gay legislation law, supported by many East African countries but condemned by human rights activists.
This past Sunday Tembisa had the honour of being visited by the one and only Somizi Mhlongo, and Aaron Moloisi.
International Pride Month is knocking, and it’s about to hit a high note. Why? Because pop icon Christina Aguilera is performing at Pride!
MPs in Uganda have demanded that a tax be imposed on adult diapers because they believe that they are primarily used by gay men.
The Eswatini Supreme Court has been asked to compel the Southern African kingdom’s government to register an LGBTIQ+ rights organisation.
As society becomes more accepting of diverse relationship structures, more people within the LGBTQI+ community are exploring polyamory
Kenya has recently seen the increasing visibility of sexual and gender minorities. However, this has been met with a growing backlash.
Mpho Buntse argues that allowing Uganda to participate in the upcoming Netball World Cup would be an implicit endorsement to its policies.
Uganda have passed the Anti-Homosexuality Bill for the second time, with only minimal changes to its inhumane and extreme penalties.
Activism involves speaking up for minorities and the voiceless. Queer activist Hlengiwe Buthelezi speaks to us about the challenges of it all.
African mental health professionals have met in Johannesburg to speak out against so-called “conversion therapy” practices