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The Pandemic Gifted Me a Global Queer Community

I don’t have to worry about my appearance or strangers’ judgment. I’m limitless with my people.

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Two days prior to me moving into a new apartment, the president of South Africa announced a 21-day, nationwide lockdown. My inner introvert was gleeful at the thought.




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Nazlee Arbee

Nazlee Arbee

Nazlee is a multimedia artist and journalist based in Cape Town, South Africa.

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