Botswana and Kenya will be the next two countries to overturn their anti-gay laws, if court challenges there succeed.
In Botswana, LGBTI activist group Legabibo condemned the brutal anti-trans attack on a trans woman who was publicly beaten while onlookers laughed and made derogatory comments.
Society needs to shed its ignorance of intersex people, says Tatenda Ngwaru, a Zimbabwean intersex and trans activist currently working in the United States.
In a groundbreaking solo show, Botswana-based dancer Lesh Maseng broke open the taboo on public representations of queer sexuality. He also brought a few steps closer the day when LGBT Africans can all express themselves […]
On Aug. 3, a court in Zambia convicted two men of engaging in homosexual activity. Under Zambian law, they could be sentenced to prison for 15 years to life.
LGBT activists in Swaziland are planning the country’s first-ever Pride celebration this month, seeking an end to the country’s homophobia and its law against same-sex love. Supporters worldwide can join the celebration electronically by sending […]
LGBT rights advocates in Botswana are preparing to challenge the country’s law against same-sex intimacy, but the court system in Botswana isn’t quite ready to hear their challenge.