Meet Uganda’s dancing queen

My name is  Alicia Nalunkuma I am a 22-year-old  dancer, transgender woman and a sex worker. In live in Mukono a township in  Uganda.  They are a myriad of issues affecting many transdiverse people in my […]

Are trans rights part of these human rights?

I remember waking up in the morning playing with my brothers and sisters. It was a very sunny day, the breeze touched my skin with ease. I clearly remember the front door of the house […]

Still we rise!- Zimbabwean Trans* activists

..as  more Trans  and Intersex groups emerge Queerstion  Magazine QM interviewed  Tinashe Sande TS  the leader of Trans Intersex Rising TIRZ a  movement building initiative by and for transdiverse Zimbabweans at home and in the […]

5 SELF-CARE TIPS EVERY ACTIVIST NEEDS

        YOUR  WELLBEING MATTERS As activists, we often feel the need to be everywhere doing everything for everyone. The need to be validated by others may lead to self-sacrifice. Although this may […]

5 steps to creating your own style

Fashion has become much more than a decoration of the body, no longer just a cover to weather and terrain. Throughout the centuries fashion has changed how we look at each other in terms of […]

Let’s talk :

    Welcome to Let’s Talk with Eva. In this very first edition,  it is imperative that we tackle  Health & wellness. So my first  focus is on  HIV and AIDS in our community.   […]

Being Trans* in Malawi

  What they tell us. In Malawi,  Transgender people are often unlawfully persecuted under the country’s harsh criminal laws, for instance, the penal code criminalises consensual same-sex sexual activity.  Although Section 20 of the country’s constitution guarantees […]

In life’s garden

 A hand of seeds planted I am Sunflower, roses and tulips expected but in its place stood cactus strong and different. Independent and bold. according to them, wrong Shhh, Hush your mouth for you know […]