Ezekiel Mutua, the head of Kenya’s Film Classification Board, didn’t want Kenyans to see Wanuri Kahiu’s internationally acclaimed film Rafiki. After watching the film, I can see why.
Inside a dimly-lit recording studio in downtown Nairobi, a man wearing headphones reads animatedly from a script into a microphone as a female producer nods encouragingly through a small window between them.
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The haunting short film Waiting for Color features testimonials from survivors of the anti-LGBTQ+ purge in Chechnya.
This October will be three years since GaySA Radio was officially launched. To celebrate, they will be hosting a 3-year-old themed party at Pretoria Pride, with the proceeds benefiting the Cotlands children’s charity.
U Sports, which governs university athletics in Canada, put its new policy into effect Thursday and says it affects student-athletes at all 56 of its member institutions
Kenyan film 'Supa Modo' has been nominated to this year's Academy Awards (Oscars).
Young Kenyans have been filling cinemas to watch Rafiki after a ban on it being shown was lifted. Warning: Spoilers ahead.
The folding of the title follows a highly unusual rebuke from Shinchosha Publishing president, Takanobu Sato, who made a statement saying the latest edition contained prejudicial expressions that lacked appropriate recognition and that deviated from common sense.
Despite making up the largest portion of the LGBTQ community, bisexual people still face innumerable misconceptions about who they are