An elderly lesbian couple in shock and in awe of their beautiful relationship. 72 and 73 year old Thokozile Menziwa and Mkhulu Menziwa are a happily married couple from Waterloo, in KwaZulu Natal. Thokozile is a mother and a grandmother. Having been together for 21 years and still going strong, this beautiful elderly couple still shows signs of being in love with each other.
October is praised as Pride Month in South Africa. It is the month when individuals study the LGBTQI+ people group, to guarantee that they secure and regard their privileges. In any case, this ought not restricted to this month as it were. It's something that individuals should rehearse every day.
There's quite a number of celebrities you probably didn't know are part of the LGBTQ+ community, most have kept it private and some have decided to come out in 2019 and 2020, without any further interruptions here are celebrities you didn't know are gay. 1. Lil Nas x On June 30, 2019, the last day of Pride Month, Nas X came out publicly as gay, tweeting: "some of y'all already know, some of y'all don't care, some of y'all not gone fwm no more. Most people were surprised to find out that Lil Nas x is actually
A group of men pounce on the chaos of a lesbian As the world continues to celebrate "Pride Month," this month dedicated to celebrating the LGBTQ community and its struggle against discrimination and social exclusion, a 27-year-old lesbian was attacked by a group of men in Strand on Saturday night.
Out of appreciation for the Stonewall riots that occurred in New York City on 28 June, the long stretch of June is devoted to commending the opportunity, culture and privileges of the LGBTQIA+ people group in the public arena. This Pride Month, Rich Mnisi had Twitter in a curve subsequent to posting high-style pictures of himself wearing a skirt, as he showed support for sexually impartial design.
This pride month, watch something queer-themed and better understand the vibrant LGBTQ community. We have 20 Queer shows that the LGBTQ community will be able to stream this pride month. A month filled with love, affection and appreciation. We have a list of queer shows to stream and they are not in any particular order.image cred : rollingstone.com
https://www.iol.co.za/lifestyle/style-beauty/fashion/crocs-sa-collaborates-with-queer-creatives-on-pride-campaign-e3283cfd-ad05-4dec-8dc2-91ead1bbebd9 Crocs South Africa celebrates Pride Month by collaborating with gay creatives. Crocs has teamed with local creatives to honor those who come as they are with content and narrative across social media and digital platforms as part of its Pride campaign, "Come As You Are."
For the past day the vice president of America has been fighting for some of the facing problems in the country, so how she has decided to make it open to everyone now. Lately today she posted this on twitter quoting this, "Happy #Pride! This June, we celebrate the many contributions of LGBTQ+ Americans, and the incredible progress our nation has made toward equality.
June is Pride Month, a celebration of all things LGBTQIA+, so Showmax has compiled a watchlist of 12 recent queer series, movies and documentaries that can entertain anyone regardless of their gender. RuPaul’s Drag Race veterans Bob the Drag Queen, Eureka O'Hara and Shangela Laquifa Wadley are an inspiration to small-town communities from across America to step outside their comfort zones for a night of no-holds-barred drag and a life-changing journey of finding their true selves.
Pride Month entertainment: check out these 5 Queers movies to watch this Sunday while relaxing at home. As part of celebrating pride Month, we thought would be lovely to enjoy these cool movies which are all about us, transgenders, and lesbians. The most loveable thing about these movies is that anyone can watch including straight people and enjoy them.
It has been over 30 years of celebrating Pride Month. In collaboration with pride month, it is only serving to address the issues we face as LGBTIQ+ identifying people, especially in our countries governed by traditionalism. Identifying is no comfortable journey for black Africans; it is shunned upon. Our families do not understand nor put themselves in a place of understanding one's sexuality. I have heard so many coming out stories over the years, and it is genuinely saddening knowing that we still live in