A drag queen from Daveyton shares his story – “I've been called demonic”

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Nathi Dlamini faces discrimination and fear in a community that doesn’t understand him.
Nathi Dlamini faces discrimination and fear in a community that doesn’t understand him.
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As a little boy, he loved dressing up as a girl. He was into modelling, and makeup was his favourite thing to play with.

But it was not until he grew up that he began to understand his sexuality and how to find his identify.

Now, all that Nathi Dlamini wants is for people to let him live his truth and stop questioning the choices he’s made.

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