Etamaze Nkiri

Etamaze Nkiri is a freelance writer who has written for American History magazine as well as for the Gay & Lesbian Review. As the gay son of Cameroonian parents, Etamaze has just recently began the journey of bridging the gap between his identity as an LGBTQ+ individual, with the more traditional aspects of his culture and upbringing.

The First Drag Queen Was a Slave Who Created Safe Spaces for Queer People

You don’t hear the name William Dorsey Swann often enough these days, but Dorsey was a trailblazing 19th-century Black activist who carved out a space for not only himself, but other individuals like him. He used his home as a safe space to [...]