How did you meet? Mr Zulu: “We met in 1992, I Continue Reading
In a world where we are coerced to conform, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to be unique; to be yourself. Although the LGBTI community provides a safe haven for many, it is slowly becoming insufficient as people are tired of living within categories and labels; they want to be accepted and loved regardless of their sexual orientation. Others, as you will read in this issue have found comfort and normality within the labels which they have acknowledged as a part of who they are to such an extent that it does not bother them as much as it used to.