Magazines, books and films

Here you can find more colloquial information on life as a LGBT person in the different countries where Denmark are engaged in developmental partnerships: Magazines, references to book titles, film clips or references to these.

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Bombastic no. 1 Bombastic no. 1

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Bombastic no. 12014, 75 pages

LGBT Ugandans reclaim the media and tell their stories.

The publication gives an insight into the lives of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) persons of Ugandan society.

Gaylaxy vol IV issue III Gaylaxy vol IV issue III

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Gaylaxy IndiaMay-June 2013, 43 pages

India celebrated 4 years of decriminalization of homosexuality
this year. But how has the life of queer people changed in these
4 years? Pakistan is also taking baby steps towards LGBT awareness.

Read more in this issue of Gaylaxy. More issues can be found at the homepage:

www.gaylaxymag.com

Q-zine no. 10 Q-zine no. 10

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Q zine 102014, 98 pages

Love as Revolutionary Practice is the theme of Q-zine's 10th issue, a co-edition with OurSpaceIsLove.

Q-zine no. 9 Q-zine no. 9

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Q zine 92014, 94 pages

A special issue on the diversity of the art and culture of LGBTQI and queer Afro-Caribbean communities.

Qzine no. 1 Qzine no. 1

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Qzine no 1The first issue of Q-zine, the pan-African voice for LGBTI and queer youth. Qzine is a cooperative online magazine with a mission to be the most inclusive and accessible place on the internet for young African writers, photographers, artists, and activists to reflect queer life and experience from an African perspective.

Contents in this issue includes amongst others articles on and insights into life for LGBTI persons in Cameroon, Burundi, South Africa, Nigeria and Botswana.

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