No victimhood - writing a proud gay Somali experience.

From Black Looks Fri Dec 21 2012, 09:28:03

Diriye Osman is a British Somali writer and visual artist.  He writes short stories mostly about the gay Somali experience set in England and Kenya.  Whilst his stories are edgy, witty  and urban, his artistry is, in his words "extravagant' and sensual.  Here Diriye discusses his work and coming out as a gay man, with [...]

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