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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Qzine no. 6 Qzine no. 6

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Qzine no 6The sixth issue of Qzine, the online magazine for and about sexual minority communities in Africa.

As the contributions to this special issue of Q-zine show, the liberation that African LGBTI poets and story-tellers envision is as much internal and psychological as external and political. Like post-colonial liberation in general, LGBTI liberation is a process of decolonizing the mind. Just as the independence movements had to overcome internalized racism, LGBTI Africans have to fight a homophobia that presents itself as nativist and patriotic but is actually a colonial hangover.

We hope this special issue of African LGBTI creative writing by a rising generation of brave and talented young writers will point the way toward a future of proud, fearless LGBTI creative expression in Africa.

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.

Qzine no. 5 Qzine no. 5

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Qzine no 5The fifth issue of Qzine, the online magazine for and about sexual minority communities in Africa. This special issue is all about giving a voice to the voiceless. But it is also about the privilege, in bearing witness to these emerging voices, of beating the drum for some of the finest African creative talent of the future.

Above all, this special issue is about recognizing the intrinsic value of some of the creative gems who light up our world, yet never get a chance to shine in the mainstream media. Yet another way for Q-zine to fulfill its mission to promote a conversation by us and for us.

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. 3 Qzine no. 3

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Qzine no 3The third issue of Qzine, the online magazine for and about sexual minority communities in Africa. In contains, amongst other things, a portrait of a Nigerian lesbian poet, an interview with a MSM human rights activist in Burkina Faso and two articles on LGBTI persons emigrating to Canada and Belgium.

From the editors: "Diversity is one of the watchwords of the LGBTIQ rights movement, but we don’t always honour the concept in our own culture. The G in LGBTIQ too often is taken – or takes itself – to be the default queer identity. Transsexuals and intersex people (especially) are treated as internal others. Queer media is dominated by gay male content that often makes only token attempts to include our own minorities."

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