Thanks for doing this interview with me. Could you tell me about yourself? Thank you so much Darren for having me, I am honoured to be featured. Okay! I am Salman Aziz a.k.a. AKA$H. In 2014, a fan stylised it from my nickname Akash, for my artistic short symbolic film Bloody Dark Dream. I am… Continue reading Interview with a writer.
6th September: A Very Unknown Mysterious Story is the debut short story by Bangladesh based writer Salman Aziz, who goes by the name AKA$H. The short story is a prequel to a yet to be published novel that simply wets the appetite for future servings of Aziz creative streak. Above: Salman Aziz The story is based… Continue reading 6th September: A Very Unknown Mysterious Story
By @Akpa_Arinze In 2009, a Ugandan MP, David Bahati, drafted a bill named Kill the Gays. In late 2013, this was called the Uganda Anti-Homosexuality Act 2014, and was passed as law in parliament. This Act changed the previously held “imprisonment” sentence, to the death penalty. In 2014, the Nigerian government also criminalised homosexuality, and many other African… Continue reading Nigeria human rights, reflective poetry & the thoughts of a Nigerian gay male.
Recently I got the opportunity to talk to @BlackWolfBrass about her career, oppression as a black gay American and her life. Thanks for doing this interview with me. First of all tell me how you identify yourself, sexually or otherwise? I identify as gay. I’m gender-non conforming in presentation. I’m biologically female. Every day is a… Continue reading Interview with a Black American gay female musician.
(December 1, 1976 – October 12, 1998) Mathew Shepard died on October 12th, 1998 at Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins, Colorado – six days after a homophobic attack that took place on October 6th, 1998 – and left to die at Laramie, with heavy brain injuries in Wyoming, U.S.A. His injuries were so… Continue reading Remembering Matthew Shepard
By @_AlexandraClare Pronouns are some of the most commonly-used words both in literature and conversation. They are defined as a word that replaces a noun, used to avoid repetition – I recommended a book to my friend because I thought she would enjoy it. We assimilate the sense without caring that the order of the elements… Continue reading Call me by my pronoun
For Nigerians (or Africans), it can be difficult to understand the concept of LGBT pride as some western countries see it