Zanele Muholi is a visual activist and a photographer getting attention for her latest project which chronicles the lives of black LGBT in South Africa. She especially archives the lives of South African lesbians. Her project sends a bold statement, that LGBT are living their lives in spite of. In spite of particularly physical treats, as South Africa is known for it’s violent treatment of black lesbians. Black lesbians living in especially lower classed areas are vulnerable to corrective rape and violent acts against them. These images are beautiful and I hope to see a more positive representation of our black LGBT community across the globe.