Opinion | Let 2021 be the year of enlightened and shame-free queer sex: Motlatsi Motseoile hopes that in this new year we'll normalise talking about and enjoying enlightened and shame-free queer sexuality.
Here are 7 positive LGBTQ highlights from 2020: While it’s easy to only associate 2020 with Covid-19 and a spate of hate crimes, here are some of the year’s most positive LGBTQ highlights.
Tragedy and Triumph: Mamba’s 20 most-read queer stories of 2020: We present the year's 20 most-read articles that you were gripped by. It’s a fascinating, saddening and often infuriating snapshot of the queer year that was 2020.
Opinion | Dear Gay Men, please stop…: As we enter a new year, Luke Akal argues that we gay men should take off our masks and delve into a new level of vulnerability — as uncomfortable as it may be.
69 countries still continue to outlaw homosexuality: Despite progress, 69 countries around the world still criminalise homosexuality while 6 allow for the death penalty for offenders.
WQMD Season 2 Ep 10: Recap and Best Of – Watch it here!: As we wrap us Season 2 of the award-winning LGBTIQA+ online web series WQMD (We’re Queer My Dear), here's a recap episode featuring a "best of" the season.
Majola Ganymede | Words became my weapons: Openly gay South African singer Majola Ganymede looks back at the controversy he sparked when he slated the Feather Awards back in 2014.
7 gay gift ideas to spoil your man this festive season: Christmas is just days away! Not done your shopping yet? Here are seven gay gift ideas for your beau that are sure to hit the spot.
Opinion | Do queer celebrities owe us good role modelling?: Should queer celebrities like Somizi Mhlongo be expected to be role models or are we demanding too much from public figures?
These 5 locally produced queer podcasts are worth a listen: We’ve sourced five local queer-focused or -related podcasts for your listening pleasure – read on to learn more.
WQMD Season 2 Ep 8: LGBTIQA+ Representation in the Media – Watch it here!: In this episode of WQMD (We’re Queer My Dear), the team discuss LGBTIQA+ representation in the media with activist and producer Mond Motadi.
Queering business Pt 1: Q&A with Uber’s Nduduzo Nyanda: We speak to Nduduzo Nyanda, Country Manager for Uber in SA, about the importance of inclusivity and being out and proud in the workplace.
Watch it here! WQMD Season 2 Ep 7 – GBV and LGBTIQA+ Hate Crimes: In episode 7 of WQMD, the team talk to MP Nazley Sharif about the scourge of gender-based violence, LGBTIQA hate crimes and so-called corrective rape.
Trans Day of Remembrance 2020: Fighting for Trans Futures: The International Trans Day of Remembrance is an opportunity to honour those trans and gender-diverse lives that have been snuffed out.
Here’s our Feather Awards 2020 Photo Gallery: The 12th annual Feather Awards was a glam celebration of LGBTIQ+ identity. Check out our photos of the red carpet and all the winners!
Watch it here! WQMD Season 2 Ep 6 – Queer Mental Health: In episode 6 of WQMD, the team discuss queer mental health awareness with guests Rivonia Pillay and James de Villiers.
Nakhane: It doesn’t take much to turn me on: In an exclusive interview, we speak to the multitalented Nakhane about sex and his contribution to Exhale, a ground-breaking queer African erotic anthology.
Watch it here! WQMD Season 2 Ep 5 – Queer Parenting and Adoption: In episode 5 of WQMD, newly adoptive parents, Jennis Williamson and Gopala Davies talk frankly about their queer parenting experiences.
7 common myths about the bisexual community: Bi people are often made to feel like they don’t fit in, thanks to a number of common myths about the bisexual community.
Zanele Muholi comes to London’s Tate Modern: One of the world's most prestigious galleries, the Tate Modern in London, is hosting South African queer visual activist Zanele Muholi's first major UK retrospective of their work.