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Publications

 

Proudly Malawian

 

Makhosazana Xaba &       Crystal Biruk (eds)

 

 

 


 

Queer Africa: New & Collected Fiction

Karen Martin & Makhosazana Xaba (eds)

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Black Bull, Ancestors and Me: My Life as a Lesbian Sangoma

Nkunzi Zandile Nkabinde

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To Have &To Hold: The Making of Same-Sex Marriage in South Africa

Melanie Judge, Anthony Manion & Shaun de Waal 

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Tommy Boys, Lesbian Men and Ancestral Wives: Female Same-Sex Practices in Africa

Ruth Morgan & Saskia Wieringa

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Pride: Protest and Celebration

Shaun de Waal & Anthony Manion (eds)

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Creative Resistance

John Marnell & Gabriel Hoosain Khan

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Like the

untouchable wind 

An anthology of poems

Makhosazana Xaba (ed)

 


 

Under Pressure: The Regulation 

of Sexualities
in South African Secondary Schools

Deevia Bhana

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Home Affairs: Rethinking LGBT Families in Contemporary South Africa

Carien Lubbe-De Beer & John Marnell (eds)

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Trans: Transgender Life Stories from South Africa

Ruth Morgan, Charl Marais & Joy Rosemary Wellbeloved

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Sex and Politics in South Africa

Neville Hoad, Karen Martin & Graeme Reid (eds)

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Balancing Act: South African Gay and Lesbian Youth Speak Out

Joanne Bloch & Karen Martin

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Resources for secondary schools

GALA produces resource books and booklets for use in secondary schools in South Africa, including:

Balancing Act: South African Gay and Lesbian Youth Speak Out

(Martin & Bloch, New Africa Education, 2005) – a resource book for use by Life Orientation teachers

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Rights in Education

Booklet co-published with Centre for Education Rights and Transformation, 2011

Are Your Rights Respected?

An educational comic promoting HIV awareness among Deaf youth in South Africa, 2006.

Community-focus

These publications are complemented by short community-focused booklets and comics.

Queer Malawi: Untold Stories

2010

A Different Fight for Freedom

2009, with the Apartheid Museum

Eyes Wide Open

2006, an HIV educational comic for LGBTIQ youth