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In this second part of our Kiki with model Thapelo M, we dive straight into religion, THEIR relationship with God, well as the theories and coping mechanisms they've had to develop and master over the years in order to remain sane and flourish. We touch on the HIV stigma still surrounding LGBTI bodies and the necessity that is Grinr!
In this two part discussion with stunning, statuesque model Thapelo M, we speak about THEIR identity as a Gender Non-Conforming queer person who looks foreign, and is also a vegetarian, and the challenges and complexities it presents. We also celebrate THEIR unique look and all the opportunities it has afforded THEM, as well as voting in our last elections, and where the law may be failing us.
In this Episode, we speak to Noted academic Professor Anthony Brown and discuss everything from his challenges lecturing in a heteronormative society and institution, to his joys and anxieties as a Gay parent trying to raise and protect his child from stigma and discrimination, and his upcoming wedding.
UNTUCKED: in part 2 we really go below the belt with Expensive Drag-Queen Babaganoosh as she breaks down the do's and dont's of the art of drag, the discomfort of tucking and the ridiculous amounts she has spent over the years to perfect her craft (which she is yet to do). We also speak about size queens and what to do when faced with a Monster...
UNTUCKED: In this two part series we get deep and Personal with Wassim Simo Gilbert, A mixed race gay man who also does drag and has no identity issues. we speak about how he has been misclassified as a "Coloured" person, not fitting into any race and owning his differences and uniqueness.
In the second part of our very interesting discussion with the Gorgeous Leroy Marc, We TOUCH on issues of dating via apps and clubs, the solitary confinement that is closets and coming out, Pick-up-lines, securing the bag and being your authentic self at all costs.
In this two part series, Ditshego QueersTions Leroy Marc on being a Gay TV and radio personality, a former lawyer and model. We discuss the complexities of Africanness and if its the cause of Homophobia, Our laws and the lack of implementation, as well as being a black man and how that is seen as a weapon of mass destruction in today's "AM I NEXT" society.
Still keeping with the "T" in the lgbTiq+ acronym in our last instalment for this August Women's month, We speak to self-taught Make-up artist, Model and influencer Ms Leeyola about the Hyper sexualising of Trans bodies and the role of porn in trans lives, the differences in interracial relationships, the role money can play in a relationship, and the importance of NOT caring about the opinions of others.
In our next series we focus on the "T" in the lgbTiq+ acronym, We speak to Transgender Actuarial Specialist Thato Pule on the complexities and intersectionality of the struggles of Black Trans women, the reasons why she has given up on dating, internal self shaming, the significance of Women's month in South Africa and the transphobia we are responsible for, but often don't see ourselves.
In this episode Ditshego talks to Dr Ntlotleng Mabena, a medical doctor who identifies as Lesbian and has dedicated her life to improving the health care system in the public sector for women and all other marginalised groups in society. In our chat we discuss everything from self examinations, LGB women accessing Health-care resources, the role of the media, Governments deficiencies and try to find reasonable, practical ways forward.
In Part two, we continue our chat with Khumo Pulumo and TOUCH on closets, black men, safety, selling-out and she challenges (and rectify) lesbian stereotypes.
In part 1, Ditshego chats to TV Producer, influencer and model Khumo Pulumo on the challenges of being a black lesbian woman in the industry, how laws are failing us and changing perceptions.
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