Transgender Equality Uganda (TEU) is a human rights organization founded and led by transgender women in Uganda. It strives to create space for transwomen to speak out, and to increase visibility for transpeople rights in Uganda’s gender emancipation and feminist movements.
Please see the wonderful article written by our good friend, Andy Kopsa about one of our members: A Day in Kampala
Please view this excellent article, written about transphobia in Uganda: One Day in Uganda
A Ugandan transsexual woman, Ms Beyonce has made a desperate call to Uganda Police for protection from public molestation, including physical beatings for allegedly “looking abnormal.” Ms Beyonce, who was born Benjamin Tushabe, in an interview with Behind the Mask on July 3, in Kampala said she has been molested five times in less than … Continue reading UGANDAN TRANSSEXUAL WOMAN MOLESTED, HOSPITALISED FOR “LOOKING ABNORMAL”
Since childhood, I have always felt like I was a girl. As I came into my late teens, I felt more like a woman though my body was male. I began to dress more feminine and change my hair. The next time I went home, my father asked me about it and rejected me. They … Continue reading Beyonce’s Story: Thank God I’m Alive And Kicking.