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‘Rafiki’: Kenya Banned Her Film for Its ‘Corrupt’ Lesbian Romance. So She Showed It Off to the World.
Director Wanuri Kahiu’s joyous lesbian romance ‘Rafiki’ was banned in her home country of Kenya. So she sued the government—and showed it off to the world.
April 19, 2019
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Selly Thiam's Digital Media Organization Is Committed To Documenting Stories of Queer Africans

Thiam is proud of the work she is doing and the stories None on Record tells. “I think it means a lot to a lot of people to have these kinds of stories being told about them and their communities,” sh...
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March 25, 2019

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The 2018 Durban Gay & Lesbian Film Festival Jury Award winners announced
The 8th annual Durban Gay and Lesbian Film Festival finished its 10-day run on Sunday, 30 September 2018. It had 57 titles screened during the program, and is pleased to announce the Jury awards for 2018. “Our Jury this year really had their work cut out for them, with some tremendously well made …
October 08, 2018
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Director of Lesbian Love Story Sues Kenyan Government Over Ban
With her eye on the Oscars, Rafiki director Wanuri Kahiu has filed suit against the Kenyan government to have her banned Cannes entry screened in her native country.
September 13, 2018
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‘Nigeria is as gay as any other country’
How a British-Nigerian man finally realised his dream of becoming a professional drag queen.
September 09, 2018
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Here, queer, and speaking up: LGBTQ Nigerians tell their stories
In one of the world’s most homophobic countries, a new generation of writers are writing queer people into existence. On Nigeria’s streets, on the pages of its newspapers, and on its screens, members of the LGBTQ community are largely invisible. And with good reason. Nigeria is one of the least tolerant countries in the world for gay people. In a 2013 global survey, it came out as the most homopho...
August 22, 2018
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‘I have to be open about being gay’: Guinea-Bissau’s LGBTQ community
The relative acceptance of LGBTQ people in Guinea-Bissau stands in contrast to the strict laws and social conventions in neighboring West African countries.
July 10, 2018
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VIDEO: Malian LGBT Activist Finds Refuge in France
In his home country, a young man known only as "Louis" was persecuted for his sexual orientation. So he fled his native Mali in search of a new, more tolerant home. With help from an association called Welcome Refugees, he met a couple who agreed to host him in Paris. VOA's Arash Arabasadi has more on Louis' search for a new life.
June 28, 2018
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LGBT Communities in E. Africa Fight for Rights, Recognition
Eastern part of continent in avant-garde when it comes to struggle for sexual minority rights, either limited or nonexistent in most African countries
June 01, 2018
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For South African gay star, defiance is key to survival
It was the level of hate from his own Xhosa community that took South African gay artist Nakhane by surprise.He never expected to face death threats for playing a man in a same-sex relationship in a movie, "The Wound", which unfolds in the secret world of a Xhosa male initiation ceremony - but it was the setting that appeared to anger people the most.
April 27, 2018
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Kenya Bans LGBT Love Story ‘Rafiki’ Ahead of Cannes Premiere
Kenyan authorities have banned Wanuri Kahiu’s “Rafiki” (Friend), an LGBT love story which will have its world premiere in Cannes’ Un Certain Regard next month. Kahiu announced the decision Friday morning, saying she was “incredibly disappointed” during an appearance on the “Morning Express” wake-up show on Kenyan network KTN. “Unfortunately, ou...
April 27, 2018
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