The Price We Pay

On May 11, 1982, the New York Times published an article bringing attention to a previously-unknown disease that had taken the lives of a few-hundred gay man across the country. Gay-related Immunodeficiency (as it was then coined) was at first ignored, and later joked about; besides, it was only the gays and drug-abusers who were […]

My Big Black Gay Wedding

The proposal They say every girl dreams of their perfect wedding day. For me, I dreamed of meeting my soul mate and spending a life of happiness together. I proposed to my girlfriend on a dreamy isolated beach in the Mediterranean. We couldn’t wait to go home and share the exciting news with our friends […]

1000 Women Launch

Last Week AZ Mag went to the launch of 1000 Women; a great organisation with an even greater cause, to highlight and change equality within the mental and sexual health care systems for Black, Asian minority women. You could tell this meant a lot to those involved with Marion Wadibia CEO of NAZ and Shola […]