Eugene Brockman is a businessman/activist based in Cape Town, South Africa. He is also the designer of the Gay Flag of South Africa and the local account representative of the International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association (IGLTA).
This blog contains his thoughts and viewpoints affecting South Africa's queer folk currently.


Exhibitionist Activism Explained

Eugene Brockman's view on exhibitionist activism

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New Direction For SA Gay Flag

Eugene Brockman on South Africa's TRUE LGBTI heroes.

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Paragraph 175

Eugene Brockman looks at gay holocaust movie, Paragraph175

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Sexual Futurism

Eugene Brockman looks at the Sexual Futurism movement.

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2 Years Old!

Eugene Brockman on the Gay Flag of SA's 2nd birthday.

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Intolerance Has No Place In SA

Eugene Brockman on P. Holomisa's statements.

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LGBTI Rights: Working With The ANC

Eugene Brockman on how the GFSA is lobbying the ANC.

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A Letter To A Homophobe

An open letter from Eugene Brockman to Sunnette Bridges

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Tata Madiba's Light

Eugene Brockman reflects on his own personal Mandela day.

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A Reminder To The ANC

Eugene Brockman on protests against gay hate crimes in SA.

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South Africa At World Pride 2012

Eugene Brockman on SA's presence at World Pride.

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