The Guardian – In a new article, ICWA Fellow Robbie Corey-Boulet shares the story of Ivory Coast’s Miss Woubi pageant. According to Corey-Boulet “the event, first held in 2009, takes its name from an Ivorian slang word referring to the so-called “effeminate” partner in a relationship between two men – the one who, as Ivorians put it, “plays the role of the woman” and sometimes dresses like one too.” Thirteen contestants competed in this year’s pageant, which is designed to bring together members of Ivory Coast’s gay community. To find out more about the pageant read Corey-Boulet’s full article in the Guardian.