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 […]

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 […]

Here is how you can support this trans youth activist

Siya Maphanga is a   South African  Trans youth activist. He is a  writer and a poet who is dedicated to the  LGBT movement.  As an unemployed trans youth activist, Siya is not in position to fund […]

S.A Trans student wins 3 -year court battle

   Left, Nare Mphela pic mamba online For two years, she was harassed, humiliated and exposed to incessant discrimination by school authorities.  This ill-treatment led to her performing badly and consequently failing her final Matric […]

Unlock Me

I lie in my room I am filled with emotions. At the walls, I stare as white as they are, as flat as they look harmless they are Cruel they don’t look, but the truth my […]

Memoirs of a trans teen

  The excruciating pain, the deep turmoil and hopelessness I felt as I lay helpless in that cold, dark room, remain vivid in my memories.  I remember choking on tears and trying my ultimate best […]

Lessons from dating a trans guy

I am a feminist lesbian. I have always said I  am emotionally, spiritually physically, intellectually and sexually attracted to female-identifying persons.  I  used to be one of those people who believed in the butch or femme binaries. […]