If you’re queer, with ‘skeletons’ in your closet, listen up

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If you’re queer, with ‘skeletons’ in your closet, listen up

This is how a Joburg man is using fashion to unite the queer community and make a difference to those in need

Thango Ntwasa

We all have clothing skeletons in our closets that we’d like to keep there, but activist Treyvon Moo’s has become the thread that keeps SA’s queer community connected.

As one of the pioneers behind this country’s growing ball scene, Johannesburg’s Moo became dejected as he socialised less due to Covid-19 regulations.

While contemplating ridding his wardrobe of some of his favourite pieces, he considered giving the clothes to Pride Shelter Trust. Then he realised he would rather combine his love for fashion and community building...

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