On this episode of #DecadesAZ, we talk being in a gang, going to jail and becoming a self-published author with Nequela Whittaker The Decades Project is a series focusing on LGBTQAI People of Colour. #DecadesAZ Follow Nequela: https://www.instagram.com/niks_ceo/
The Batty Mama is described on social media as “a down and dirty, open and enticing dystopic space for queer and trans bodies from all constellations and cultural backgrounds, reclaiming booties of colour”. We think that is an accurate description, their parties are full of energy, great performances and all round black queer magic. Hakeem Kazeem, […]
AZ Magazine are excited to announce their first event entitled AZ Mag Live. The event will be hosted in the Lyric Hammersmith studio on Friday 30 June with doors opening at 7pm. AZ Mag Live is a live showcase of some of the talent from within the LGBT+ BME community. Furthermore, it’s an opportunity to […]
January is nearly over (finally) and February is LGBT History Month. It is a month-long annual observance of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender history, and the history of the gay rights and related civil rights movements. There are an abundance of events happening across the country, we have listed a few that are definitely worth checking […]
The Decades project is a series focusing on the experiences of LGBT+ people of colour. Roshaante took the time to talk to us about his experience of being intersex, fatherhood and modelling aspirations.
Nneka Onuorah touched down in London last week in lieu of her UK premier of The Same Difference, a documentary that explores the different stereotypes and prejudices in the black lesbian/bisexual community. An eagerly awaited documentary that has been shown in over 80 cities worldwide by way of independent screenings and film festivals, The Same […]
The Decades project is a series focusing on the experiences of LGBT+ people of colour. Derek talks about his coming out experiences, self confidence and LGBT+ bars and the rapid increase of clubs and bars closing in London.
If you identify as LGBT+ you might have experienced homophobia or transphobia in one form or another. Dealing with homophobes can be difficult, especially when experiencing it from people that you have known for most if not all of your life. You probably have a deep love and care for these people that may not want to […]