HEADLINES

Mob attack on LGBT community in Liberia: A party hosted by members of the LGBT community in Liberia ended in violence when they were attacked by a mob in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Opinion | Silence is evil, Mr Deputy President: The Rev. Teboho G, Klaas, a pastor in the African Methodist Episcopal Church, speaks out about the furore surrounding Deputy President David Mabuza's comments that South Africa does not have the right to interfere in Uganda's persecution of LGBTI+ people.
Queer Books | Nataniël’s bio and two collections of stories: Three new South African queer books were recently unveiled, including Nataniël's first full autobiography and two collections of African queer life and stories, in both graphic and written formats.
LGBTQ characters on US TV at an all-time high: There are more LGBTQ characters on American broadcast television than ever before, and, for the first time, LGBTQ women outnumber men.
America’s right is lobbying against South Africa’s sex education syllabus: Conservative “pro-family” advocacy groups with US ties are targeting increasingly inclusive sex education lesson plans being developed by the South African education department as part of the life orientation curriculum.
Deputy President: SA must “shut up” about Uganda’s gay death penalty bill: Speaking on Uganda's persecution of LGBTIQ people, South Africa's Deputy President David Mabuza says that the country should not seek to impose its beliefs on others.
Civil Union Amendment Bill | Journey to Equality Not Over: After its passage in the National Assembly last year, the Civil Union Amendment Bill now faces its next hurdle; approval in the National Council of Provinces (NCOP).
In Pictures: Johannesburg Pride Street Party Gallery 2: One of Sandton's busiest thoroughfares was turned into a massive street party to celebrate the LGBTQI community as part of the 2019 Johannesburg Pride festivities.
In Pictures: Johannesburg Pride Street Party Gallery 1: One of Sandton's busiest thoroughfares was turned into a vibrant celebration of the LGBTQI community for the 2019 Johannesburg Pride street party.
Girls more likely to be sexually fluid: At least one in five American teenagers report some change in sexual orientation during adolescence, with girls more likely to be sexually fluid.
Nakhane finally bringing his ‘You Will Not Die Tour’ to SA: After wowing audiences around the world, singer, songwriter, author and actor, Nakhane will perform his You Will Not Die Tour in South Africa at the end of November.
SA’s Johannes Radebe wows in Strictly Come Dancing same-sex routine: South African dancer Johannes Radebe has delighted the British public with a same-sex Strictly Come Dancing routine that's gotten social media talking.
Edwin Cameron | The Mamba Interview: In an exclusive must-read interview, retired Constitutional Court Justice Edwin Cameron opens up about HIV stigma, coming out, the limits of religious bigotry, and how he met his partner.
5 things you might not know about Oscar Wilde: Oscar Wilde was born in 1854, but is still considered a literary and cultural icon who paved the way for LGBT representation in the arts.
In Pictures: Johannesburg Pride Parade Gallery 2: Marking 30 years since the inception of Johannesburg Pride, Saturday's parade through Sandton was a colourful explosion of LGBTQ identity.
In Pictures: Johannesburg Pride Parade Gallery 1: Saturday's Johannesburg Pride Parade was one of the largest in years, with thousands of LGBTQ people and their friends, family and allies spilling out onto the streets of Sandton.
‘Moffie’ earns three British Independent Film Awards nominations: Moffie, the new gay-themed South African film, has scored three nominations at the 2019 British Independent Film Awards (BIFA).
Here are the Mr Gay World South Africa 2019 finalists (pics): The 2019 Mr Gay World South Africa finalists were announced on stage at Johannesburg Pride in Sandton on 26 October.
SAHRC moves to jail Cape Town LGBTQ hate pastor Oscar Bougardt: Pastor Oscar Bougardt has been served with court papers to have him jailed for homophobic hate speech. But the hate preacher remains defiant and calling Caster Semenya "sick".
Thousands mark 30 years of Johannesburg Pride: Thousands of people participated in the annual Johannesburg Pride celebrations on Saturday, while one of the event's founders hosted a separate commemoration of Africa's first Pride march, held in 1990.