A call for journalist reportage in Southern African countries.
LGBTQI+ people “remain largely invisible in African media” and were underrepresented or misrepresented using discriminatory or stereotypical language. These are the main results of different media studies conducted in the last 5 years in Southern Africa. While visibility has improved in many countries, representation problems persist when journalists use discriminatory, stereotypical, sensational, moralizing, marginalizing, and misgendering language and framing device
A journalist and Media trainer Bella Matambanadzo says “There are narratives of rejection, narratives of pain, but also narratives of joy, of absolute desire, of tremendous pleasure, happiness, and …read more
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