Mx Blouse’s Is’phukphuku does the job of normalising agency and safe spaces for queer bodies

Mx Blouse’s “Is’phukuphuku” imagines a world where “other kids live their lives how they wanna: bathandi bezinto, asenzen’ umathanda. Akekh’ ozos’tshela! Hakuna Matata!” Ever since I moved back to Johannesburg about two years or so ago, I’ve been privileged to have a front row seat in the witnessing of safe spaces for othered bodies becoming…

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