Leilah, who started out sleeping on a fellow artist’s couch has made quite the progress in art and has dared to go as far as to revolutionize sculpting. She is a member of two prestigious international galleries in the UK and the USA.
Maybe now is the time for homophobes to join in the fight against AIDS by encouraging and supporting government policies that encourage equality in terms of health care provision instead of bashing LGBTIQ people because we are here to stay.
Ghana’s Speaker of Parliament Alban Bagbin, assured anti-LGBTQ campaigners that critical actions are being taken to make LGBTQI activities in Ghana illegal.
Hungary has just adopted anti-LGBT+ legislation similar to Russia’s “gay propaganda” law. The legislation bans any material that could be seen by minors as portraying gay characters or any sort of support for the LGBT+ community. Any content that shows LGBT+ relationships, transitioning to another gender, or images of the rainbow flag will now be […]
Bombastic magazine is not just an LGBTQI magazine, it is a platform! Our platform where we get to share with the outside world who we truly are. It is that microphone where we are able to educate, inform and shred away all the misinformation that has been spread about our community.-Qwin Mbabazi
Your excellencies, Members of Parliament, Ladies and Gentlemen: The celebrated Nigerian novelist Chinua Achebe once said that we cannot trample upon the humanity of others without devaluing our own. I believe in the possibility of a world where we as human beings can see ourselves as one and simply as human as one another. A […]
The African lesbians, gays, bisexual, transgender and intersex organisation Out and Proud Diamond Group (OPDG) has been nominated in UK National Diversity Awards 2015 under the category of Community Organisations.
These awards celebrate the excellent achievements of grass-roots communities that tackle the issues in today’s society, giving them recognition for their dedication and hard work.
I never stop learning and laughing. I tell the truth. I hug people and say, ‘I love you’ and “I’m sorry”. I fight for humanity everyday. I challenge everyone about everything. When I look at my kids I see nothing but socially adjusted, intelligent, beautiful children who are so so happy.
To share one’s story is not only empowering but also therapeutic. For many LGBTQI people who find themselves displaced and planted in foreign lands there are hit by harsh realities, which can be both crippling and exciting, either way to share these stories seems an ideal way to maintain a connection and a sense of belonging to the home ground LGBTI movements.