What was traditional with Afrikaner farms in those days was that you always had a coloured boy assigned to you when you left home. My brother and sister were much older and they were at boarding school so I grew up like an only child. So you had a playmate who was usually four, five years older than you, and you got involved in that, and you literally set up a kind of parallel universe to the one you know.
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Many of those living with HIV have decided not to disclose their statuses — for their own personal reasons and often because they fear being stigmatised — but others have chosen to publicly own their reality in a defiant rejection of shame. He recently opened up to MambaOnline about his HIV journey; coming out as positive to his mom and almost losing his job because of his status:. I was diagnosed with HIV on 29 March
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Fragments of Spaces and Times and contributes to an unfinished, tentative and thoroughly un-objective encyclopedia of the city. My concern is with what could be called queer spaces in the Transvaal between The project is implicitly i spatial and ii queer, iii provisional, but also, perhaps, counterintuitively focussed, planned and rigorous.
With a population of 8 million, Johannesburg is by far the largest city in South Africa, and is the nations economic powerhouse filled with capitalist malls, soaring skyscrapers, innovative modern architecture…and a large gay community. Everything is looking smarter, new venues are opening, apartments rising on the horizon and people here are looking optimistically to the future. Wealth gaps still remain amongst the worst in the world, however, and crime is still is a big issue.
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More than 20, people attended last Saturday's Joburg Pride, the biggest-ever turnout for the longest-running and largest Pride event in Africa. Not all were there to ride floats, drink beer and dance to acts like Flash Republic, however. The parade was halted on Jan Smuts Avenue in Rosebank, when around 20 black lesbians and feminists from the One in Nine campaign staged a protest act — a "die-in" — on the road in front of Pride participants. The activists lay on the road, together with a number of mannequins, wearing purple t-shirts reading "Stop the war on women's bodies", and displaying banners which stated "Dying for justice" and "No cause for celebration".