This podcast is as well produced AND touching as a podcast can be. And the fact that revolves around stories of being queer in the English language in a continent that many people still know so little about is relevant, important and timely. Don't get me wrong, it is hard to listen to the stories of lovely people being treated badly just because of their sexual orientation. It strikes me at the core of what is wrong with the world when good people are ostracized for the mere act of loving another person.
I first learned about this podcast via International Podcast Day, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hwD8_N4kxaU&list=PLiQ_Uzxi4CfsMmI9zsGeziFiH8zQJf3y9&index=13, and have been catching up on older episodes ever since.
Thank you to everyone involved with Afroqueer. This is an amazing project and I feel so lucky to have learned about it.