By Gboko Stewart, firstname.lastname@example.org Logo of PSI. Photo Courtesy: Wikipedia Monrovia-It was a rainy Saturday morning when lanky Mitch Johnson (not his real name) was chased and beaten in a quiet suburb on the outskirts of Monrovia for being gay. Johnson, 31, said he was recovering from an operation of appendicitis when he and some friends huddled in a … [Read more...] about Did PSI abandon victims of homophobic attack?
Monrovia-The Liberian transgender community is in a state of shock over the passing of trans socialite, Cute White. I worked very closely with Cute on some community activities and projects. She was dedicated not only to her work but also to the improvement of the lives of trans women in and around Liberia,” Karishma Richards-Kwofie, TNOL executive director Ms. Cute … [Read more...] about Transgender Community Mourns Loss of Cute White
Monrovia- Held at the Tides Bar and Restaurant, overlooking the roaring and splashy waves of the Atlantic Ocean, Lamotar Modeling Agency on Saturday August 3, 2019, unveiled fashionable designs by talented Liberian designers. Courtesy of Lamotar Courtesy of Lamotar Courtesy of Lamotar Courtesy of Lamotar Courtesy of Lamotar Courtesy of … [Read more...] about A Diamond In The Dirt – Pictorial Display
Monrovia- Lights, camera and an elegant display of fashionable designs—Lamotar Modeling Agency says its fashion show at Tides on Saturday, August 3, will be none like many others. Tarus Cole, CEO of Lamotar, says the theme of the event, “A Diamond in the Dirt,” is meant to showcase and promote local designers/tailors who, most often, do not get credit for their work. … [Read more...] about A Diamond in the Dirt: Lamotar to lit runway on Saturday
Nearly a fortnight ago, Liberia’s gay community celebrated the closure of pride month at a discreet location. So discreet that it called for sexual minorities and allies to clad themselves in black to celebrate the passing of many—some of whom had died from AIDS, suicide, rape, hate crimes, discrimination , lack of access to adequate health care, lack of access to social … [Read more...] about EDITORIAL: Liberia’s LGBT Community Deserves Respect of Its Pride