#Herstory was made over this past weekend when Uganda’s collective of LBQ feminists, LBQ Loose Network with support from CREA convened in Kampala for a code of conduct validation workshop. The meeting was meant to have members draft and develop a charter of principles that will guide interactions, individual ethics and ways of work for LBQ women as a social movement.
“Great news- Uganda will host #ICASA2021 so Uganda should repeal law that makes gay men criminals so that LGBT people in #Africa can attend conference. #LGBT are most vulnerable and such laws drive them from life-saving #HIV services,” Winnie Byanyima, the newly appointed UNAIDS Chief shared through her official twitter account.
I am human, so I do miss people, but I made a choice when I transitioned that I will not allow anyone to impose themselves on my life any more than I will impose myself in theirs–in urban lingo “Do you and I will do me”, the world is big enough for my heathen self and for you hypocritical holier-than-though puritan self.