Nemat Sadat, Afghan LGBTQ+ activist in his first book, ‘The Carpet Weaver’, touches upon the different identities one is forced to take up as being part of the LGBTQ+ community
At its core, the zine, and queer zines in particular, have always been a protest against normality and censorship.
Kenya’s LGBTQ community is in mourning after one of its most acclaimed sons, influential and award-winning author Binyavanga Wainaina, died at the age of 48.
“My task is to inspire people to be more open.”
Students protested the decision of the North Sumatra University's rectorate to dismiss 18 students from the editorial board of the Suara USU website following the publication of a short story about a woman's unrequited love for another woman.
Shortly after disbanding its student press, Suara USU, for publishing an LGBT-themed short story, North Sumatra University (USU) has barred former members of the now-defunct press organization from holding discussions on LGBT issues.
The rector of state-run North Sumatra University (USU), Runtung Sitepu, has threatened to revoke the publishing permit of the campus’ student website, Suara USU, after the news outlet published a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT)-themed short story.
Every customer in that store knows that call, knows that feeling, and every person takes a turn talking to that man,” the store's ex-manager said.
Homophobia built the closet. So why do queer people continue to define themselves by it?
Alain Jules Hirwa, is a 21 year-old Rwandan aspiring writer whose short story was published by the University of Baltimore’s Welter literary journal as one of only two African stories.
A Chengdu artist is hoping his witty works could have a real-world effect.
Gay authors David and Constantino Khalaf, a married couple, have set out to challenge the traditional understanding of Christian marriage in their provocative book Modern Kinship: A Queer Guide to Christian Marriage.