AfroQueer is a podcast from None on Record telling the stories of Queer Africans from across the continent and diaspora.
Our podcast celebrates queer love, and explores the laws affecting our lives, migration, media, race, class, censorship, family and sex (obviously). Along the way, we also share some bitter truths of what it means to be Queer and African, but also spotlight individuals shifting the landscape of African queerness.
In Season One, we travel to South Africa to unpack race, class and geography at Africa’s oldest Pride; investigate the decades old murder of lesbian activist FannyAnn Eddy in Sierra Leone; talk to gay men blackmailed while using Grindr in Kenya; hear from couples about to get married; and listen in on some of your coming out stories.
You can find us on iTunes, Soundcloud, Castbox, and anywhere that podcasts are found. Don’t forget to subscribe, rate and review us!