An ode to my hood

The Journery of a Transgender Womxn Part 1
by Karel — last modified May 30, 2019 01:19 PM

South Africa is said to have to the most progressive constitution which protests LBGTQIAP rights. Although we celebrate this beautiful piece of legislation, the lived experiences of trans gender people still do not reflect their constitutional rights. We speak to Ditshego Ditshego who lets us into her life as a womxn identifying as transgender.

The Journey of a Transgender Womxn Part 2
by Karel — last modified May 30, 2019 01:20 PM

Ditshego Ditshego shares what it was like to grow up as a person identifying as transgender in Mamelodi township and how that experience shaped the womxn she is today.

Art in my Hood
by Karel — last modified Jun 13, 2019 06:28 AM

The legacy of Apartheid has left many young women living in townships frustrated due to the lack of opportunities available to them. Beauty brings us into her life as a young woman living in the township and how the structural issues have impacted her dream of being be a dancer.

The Journery of a Transgender Womxn Part 1

South Africa is said to have to the most progressive constitution which protests LBGTQIAP rights. Although we celebrate this beautiful piece of legislation, the lived experiences of trans gender people still do not reflect their constitutional rights. We speak to Ditshego Ditshego who lets us into her life as a womxn identifying as transgender.


Photo credit: Karel

The Journey of a Transgender Womxn Part 2

Ditshego Ditshego shares what it was like to grow up as a person identifying as transgender in Mamelodi township and how that experience shaped the womxn she is today.


Photo credit: Karel

Art in my Hood

The legacy of Apartheid has left many young women living in townships frustrated due to the lack of opportunities available to them. Beauty brings us into her life as a young woman living in the township and how the structural issues have impacted her dream of being be a dancer.


Photo credit: Karel