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Trans Live on 3 Talk PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 08 February 2010

Transgender Life Stories From South Africa is generating a lot of interest, especially in the media – visual, audio and print.

Tebogo Nkoana, outreach officer at Gender Dynamix and also one of the participants of the book, together with Simone Herandien and Vanya Maseko, participants of TRANS – Transgender Life Stories From South Africa and co editor, Ruth Morgan, were invited to talk about the experience of being part of the book. The book was a project between Gender DynamiX and Gay & Lesbia Memory in Action (GALA) on the national TV program, 3 talk, with Noeleen Maholwana-Sangqu.  The interview covered questions such as: “How did we discover our Gender identity and how did that affect our family and friends?” “How far is each of us in our transitioning?” and “Why do we think a book like this is important?”
“I stand firm as a man” – Fat Murphy PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 28 January 2010

Fadwaan “Fat” Murphy, an intersexed person recently appearing on charges of possession of stolen property and corruption after offering a policeman money not to search him, admitted in court that he was born with both male and female sex organs.

No To Qwelane as Ambassador PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 27 January 2010

There is great concern in LGBTI circles regarding media reports that Jon Qwelane is to assume the role of S.A. Ambassador to Uganda. Recently the Lesbian and Gay Equality Project (LGEP) sent a letter to President Jacob Zuma, calling on him to reconsider this possible appointment.

Trans-hate at the core of gender based violence? PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 September 2009

16 September 2009

ImageConcerned Africa Scholars (ACAS) invited Liesl Theron of Gender DynamiX to write about the intersectionality of transgender and the impact of Gender Based Violence (GBV)

ACAS has been addressing issues of gender on the African continent since 1997.

Please click here to read the article.

Who Are We to Point Fingers PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 25 August 2009

South Africans have risen up in outrage and disgust at the treatment being meted out to Caster Semenya and with good reason. Who do the IAAF and media think that they are to subject Semenya to the kind of humiliation, discrimination and abuse that she has had to endure the last few days? Nobody, but nobody should have to experience what she has experienced at the hands of these people.

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