Finding My Way Back Home

I didn’t feel I belonged in the Black community until the tender age of 29. School was a playground-cum-assault course, and Black boys were quick and consistent in their reminding me that no uppity niggas were welcome to hang out with them. When, at 12, I asked my dad why the Black boys didn’t like […]

Lets Have A Kiki x Jay Jay Revlon BDAY Shoobz

Jay Jay Revlon PRESENTS…. LET’s HAVE A KIKI X Jay Jay Revlon BDAY SHOOBZ♥ Prince At Peckham ITS A PARTY BY THE SCENE FOR THE SCENE SO WE CAN KIKI COME READY TO DANCE!! INVITE FRIENDS FAMILY AND ALL IN BETWEEN. THIS PARTY IS GUESTLIST ONLY: CLOSES ON THE DAY AT 4PM http://www.justjayjay.com/letshaveakikilondon / or EMail Jacameron@live.co.uk ADD […]

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 […]

A Letter From Anonymous

For a number of years, the only gay person I knew was the person I was dating. I was always told that love is not enough. Therefore, no matter how lovely, caring and supportive my partners were. I still felt isolated in my sexuality. LGBT people live in a heterosexual world, that drowns out the […]

Mikael Owunna Is Showing The World That LGBT Africans Are Limitless

Limit(less) is a photography project Mikael Owunna exploring and showcasing LGBTQ 1st and 2nd generation Africans through photography and interviews. I spoke to Mikael, the Nigerian-Swedish photographer and writer about his innovative project. What were your main motivations behind Limitless? There were three primary motivations for me, personal experiences, media representation and decolonising Africa. Growing up […]