Mapping the black colored geography that is queer of's lesbian females through narrative
Department of Psychology University for the Witwatersrand Johannesburg
To be black, working course, staying in a township and lesbian is usually to be a discordant body. This will be an experience that is markedly different being fully a socio-economically privileged resident of Johannesburg. This paper sets off to map marginalised sexualities onto existing fissures that are social away from Southern Africa's divided reputation for apartheid. It contends that even though the repeal associated with the Sexual Offences Act, 1957 (Act No. 23 of 1957, formerly the Immorality Act, 1927) and also the promulgation for the Civil Union Bill (2006) has received an effect that is liberating the lesbian community of Johannesburg; the career of real area is profoundly informed by the intersecting confluence of competition, course, age, sex, and put.