Lecturers at higher education institutions are supposed to be the educated ones, this time it doesn’t seem to be the case.
The restaurant says same-sex couples are welcome any other night, but just not on Thursdays.
The Warwick University boys are back, baring it all for charity.
Steven Anderson is not having a great couple of weeks, after being banned from entering the UK and South Africa and now reportedly being deported by our neighbour, Botswana.
After being barred from entering both the UK and SA; a visibly annoyed Steven Anderson posted on his personal Youtube channel that he wasn’t really looking forward to visiting the “so-called beautiful South Africa”, before proceeding hurl childish insults our way.
Shem, he can’t even pronounce Gigaba, though.
Despite a petition of almost 60 000 signatures, the department of home affairs – which refused the Dalai Lama entry to the country on more than one occasion – has allowed an anti-human rights pastor entry to SA.
A seemingly innocent cartoon has been banned in a number of African countries for featuring gay parents.
Pastor Steven L Anderson, famous for praising the murder of 49 people at the gay nightclub shooting in Orlando in the USA, has been given the cold shoulder by three local companies, including the hotel the planned staying in.
The blood hadn’t even stopped flowing before Omar Mateen took to Facebook to revel in the terror following his killing spree last weekend.
Some guy from Johannesburg has called for gay men to be shot, but what’s worse is that Facebook refused to remove the man’s comment from the public sphere as it hadn’t violated their “community standards.”
Owen Jones, a known representative of the LGBT community, appeared on Sky News in the UK to discuss this weekend’s massacre at a gay nightclub; but it didn’t end well after his hosts seemingly purposefully tried to detract from the LGBT issue.
We all have a role to play in dismantling homophobia.
In a completely unsurprising move; the country with one of the worst human rights records has put a blanket ban on content that ‘exaggerates the dark side of society’.
Before the vote of no confidence debate was to commence on Tuesday, DA MP Marius Redelinhuys proposed a motion in the house that quite simply solidifies the protections afforded to minority groups, in particular the human rights of the LGBTQI community and foreign nationals.
Nike has ended their contract with Manny Pacquiao after comments made by the boxer in which he said gay people are “worse than animals”.
Recipe for kick*ss entertainment: mix one ignorant parent with a sassy gay teacher.