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Rest in the peace to young transgender activist Blake Brockington

"So sorry to hear this. Too many have died due to external violence inflicted by society directly or internal violence which has the same result indirectly.  RIP Blake you are gone but not forgotten."
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FEATURE: To Queer Things Up - An Interview with Trans-masculine docu-series creator Avatara Smith-Carrington

'To Queer Things Up' is a documentary web-series described by Rutgers University – Class of 2015 graduate & creator Avatara Smith-Carrington, as “a running dictionary of the word queer as defined by queer identified folk.” Check out my interview with Avatara below. By Kristen McCallum, AFROPUNK Contributor.\.KRISTEN: In a moment that feels to me like every day there’s another attempt to invalidate my identity, I am truly grateful for projects like yours! I just want the whole world to know…See More
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FEATURE: To Queer Things Up - An Interview with Trans-masculine docu-series creator Avatara Smith-Carrington

'To Queer Things Up' is a documentary web-series described by Rutgers University – Class of 2015 graduate & creator Avatara Smith-Carrington, as “a running dictionary of the word queer as defined by queer identified folk.” Check out my interview with Avatara below. By Kristen McCallum, AFROPUNK Contributor.\.KRISTEN: In a moment that feels to me like every day there’s another attempt to invalidate my identity, I am truly grateful for projects like yours! I just want the whole world to know…See More
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FEATURE: Targeted Sexual Violence - The Story of Jamaican LGBTQI Activist Angeline Jackson

As a lesbian I have often spoken of my self as a survivor of targeted sexual violence, unfortunately today I don't feel too much like a survivor, rather an angry victim.By Angeline Jackson, AFROPUNK Contributor/.After my attack I decided to be brave and report the matter to the police; the first police…See More
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FEATURE: Targeted Sexual Violence - The Story of Jamaican LGBTQI Activist Angeline Jackson

As a lesbian I have often spoken of my self as a survivor of targeted sexual violence, unfortunately today I don't feel too much like a survivor, rather an angry victim.By Angeline Jackson, AFROPUNK Contributor/.After my attack I decided to be brave and report the matter to the police; the first police…See More
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FEATURE: To Queer Things Up - An Interview with Trans-masculine docu-series creator Avatara Smith-Carrington

Posted on June 5, 2015 at 8:00am 0 Comments

'To Queer Things Up' is a documentary web-series described by Rutgers University – Class of 2015 graduate & creator Avatara Smith-Carrington, as “a running dictionary of the word queer as defined by queer identified folk.” Check out my interview with Avatara below. 

By Kristen McCallum, AFROPUNK Contributor.…

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FEATURE: Targeted Sexual Violence - The Story of Jamaican LGBTQI Activist Angeline Jackson

Posted on May 26, 2015 at 11:30am 0 Comments

As a lesbian I have often spoken of my self as a survivor of targeted sexual violence, unfortunately today I don't feel too much like a survivor, rather an angry victim.

By Angeline Jackson, AFROPUNK…

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OP-ED: African Media and Misrepresentation - A Queer Battle

Posted on May 20, 2015 at 8:30am 0 Comments

Africa’s media often perpetuates homophobia and rouses community unrest and irrational fears. In a recent article, the Gazette insert ‘Time Out’ added Botswana to a list of countries where this statement is proven fact. So much has happened in Africa in the past three months: we’ve seen Kenyans maliciously murdered, foreign Nationals brutalised in South Africa, a stronger stance taken on Rhino poaching, and a Presidential misstep turned into a viral cyber-trend. So much has…

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FEATURE: Black Gay Dads Featured in major commercial

Posted on January 14, 2015 at 10:00am 6 Comments

Gay dads Kordale and Kaleb Lewis show us what their "normal" is in a new commercial for Nikon. Hopefully they can inspire other LGBTQ people to be comfortable in their own skin and overcome adversity.

A photo of them taking care of their children went viral last year. Many homophobes criticized them but they also received a lot of support.

Kordale and Kaleb say: "Last year, we were surprised when a picture of us doing our daughters’ hair went viral. To us, that’s…

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