Met Zanele Muholi, a lesbian photographer-activist. Progressive, radical, beautiful, challenging. Zanele took the photos behind “Tommy boys, lesbian men and ancestral wives” and is also the Community Relations Officer at FEW (Forum for the Empowerment of Women).
She is behind the Visual Literacy class which “teaches womyn visual documentation skills”. The idea is to use photography to document activism and the lives of the womyn. Another FEW project supported by the Women’s Net is the Digital Story-telling workshops where graphics such as Photoshop and Adope Premiere are used by the women to write their “own lives, stories and experiences”.