The Progressive Teachers’ Union of Zimbabwe has partnered with Gays and Lesbians of Zimbabwe, an LGBTQI+ advocacy rights group, in an anti-homophobia campaign in schools. The campaign aims to address issues of discrimination in learning institutions and educate teachers on LGBTQI+ issues.
… And we need to stop reducing homosexuality to a mere sexual act, pleads Joyline Maenzanise.
Joyline Maenzanise talks to the young Zimbabwean sportswoman who is breaking down gender-based barriers in sport.
Masturbation is natural and healthy and benefits our relationships with ourselves and our partners in more ways than one, says Joyline Maenzanise
Why do LGBTQI+people place pressure on one another to live up to norms and roles established by mainstream patriarchy? asks Joyline Maenzanise.
Alvin Chitena believes that coding is an essential skill and he is sharing his knowledge with young people, hoping to equip them for a bright future. Chitena says: “Leaders who don’t understand the importance of technology hinder the advancement of tech spaces.”
If we do not change our attitude to mental health issues and suicide, the stigma will make people suffer in silence and ultimately result in more death and suffering, says Joyline Maenzanise.
Viewing one group as subhuman and not worthy of the respect afforded to other groups is not a joke, says Joyline Maenzanise.
Queerphobia is the factor that unites most of our African leaders. Be warned – your rights are next, says Joyline Maenzanise