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Trolls on Dating Apps may have personality disorders – say, experts. If you’ve surfed the ‘interwebs’ for more than five minutes you've encountered the disturbing phenomenon that is the internet troll.  Vindictive people that cannot resist posting things they know…

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LGBTQIA+ blood is good to go!

It’s World Blood Donor Day today (14th June).  Did you know that the South African National Blood Services (SANBS) are no longer judgy to people because of their gender identity or sexual orientation?  Since 2014, LGBTQIA+ people are welcome to donate…

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Lumko Johnson’s Brave Story

I grew up East London with a single mom and later moved to Johannesburg. Fortunately, my family was quite progressive, and I never felt ostracised by them about my sexuality. I was known as the nephew who played with dolls,…

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Majola’s brave story

I grew up in a township called Zwelitsha, Zone 2 in the Eastern Cape and lived with my maternal grandmother as my parents were not allowed to stay together since they were unmarried and my mother was still in school.…

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Reconsidering the Fag Hag/Gay BFF

A typical Saturday night when my spirit animal, Gawie, and I lived in the same city was spent stumbling into the unisex bathroom of Babylon. On one particular night of bad decisions and Britney Spears remixes, the stumbling was followed…

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I Am The Embodiment of Vastness

My name is Vuyisani Bisholo. I am a second year Finance with Accounting student at the University of Cape Town. I was born in East London in what used to be a small Village, Nxarhuni, but is slowly becoming a…

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