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Meet Top South African Female Celebrities Who Are Lesbians

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With LGBTQ stories at their most popular ever in Hollywood, it’s important to celebrate the next generation of out-and-proud acting talents.


Sade Giliberti

The South African media star Sade is well-known for her expertise in hosting children's shows. On SABC1, he is well-known for hosting the show YOTV (Youth on Television). Over the course of her career, the thirty-four-year-old presenter has received a number of honors and accolades for her efforts.

Her activism against lesbian discrimination and bullying extends beyond her successful professional life. She came out in the open to express her displeasure with the behavior and her sexual orientation as a lesbian woman.


Toya Delazy

Among Toya's many accomplishments is the fact that she can trace her ancestors back to people such as Dinizulu kaCetshwayo (the Zulu King), who is her great grandpa, and Mangosuthu Buthelezi, who is her great-great-grandfather. Aside from that, Toya is well-known for composing songs that makes sexual innuendos about herself. Forbidden Fruit' is the title of one her songs that alluded to her sexual liberation, which she released in the late 1990s.

In addition, gay rights are addressed in the song. Throughout the video for the song, homosexuals and lesbians are shown kissing in the song, according to the video. It goes without saying that she is in favor of the proposal.


PJ Powers

Years before she became a solo artist in the 1980s, the ex-Hotline member was accused of being gay by a number of people. She denied the allegations. With hits such as Feel So Strong, You're So Good To Me, and Jabulani, she has performed for kings and queens (the royal sort), as well as for millions of television viewers throughout the world. In the revelatory one-woman play Firefly and the memoir Here I Am, she finally opened up about her life as a lesbian woman and her struggle with alcohol. "I believe homosexual people are aware of my sexual orientation, and to be completely honest, I've never had a problem with being gay with myself, and I've never had other people treat me differently."

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