How can we beat this stigma, this taint? This narrative that to be Queer is evil incarnate? That, because we are queer, gay, trans, we are evil?
It has been beaten elsewhere. South Africa has made major challenges to the stigma. Elsewhere in Africa, it might look hopeless at the moment, but, we cannot just sit back and let it be unchallenged.
As a Queer African, how do you think we can challenge and leave to the dust bin of history, our peoples’ fear and hate of our queerness?