Thank you Brian McCabe.

Thank you Davide Noto, Jamie, Kirki Athanasiadou.

Thank you Seamus Cahill, DM, Gabriel Borges Pissinati, Amber Renae Phillips, Shane CR, Eoin MacDonnacha.

Thank you Savvas Kourtis, Apostolos Mastakas, J McDermot, Eoghan Martin, Vitor Ruiz.

& thanks to 9 more anonymous backers!

The kickstarter campaign has started funding the international articles on Questionmark, social media publicity for these pieces, and advertisement to bring more site subscribers.

Below you can find the breakdown of the costs incurred so far for the project "Amplifying Queer stories from all over the world".


Campaign total


Costs so far and respective articles

€106 Kickstarter Fees + Money not paid from backers

€15.58 Upwork* (1st charge) - Not healthy to touch another man's dick
€5.19 Upwork* (2nd charge)- Not healthy to touch another man's dick

€20.87 Upwork* - What my therapist told me about my bottom surgery

€20 Meta ad - Promoting crowdfunding campaign

€30 Upwork* K-pop, queerbating, and the masculinity of a Korean trans man.

€40 Upwork* Living a double life

€40 Upwork* I'm not your Doll (not yet published)

€20 Upwork* Abraham's story from Mexico (not yet published)

€40 Upwork* Menenabas story from Ghana

Total spend so far: €337.64

Money left: €818


* is the website I'm using to find people to share their stories.

Articles funded by this campaign

“Not healthy to touch another man’s d!ck”
I grew up in Zimbabwe in a family of three boys, and I am the last one. For this story, I will be Patrick. This is the name I often use online as a nickname. Where can I start this complicated story I never found anyone to tell from?
What my therapist told me about bottom surgery
This story was crowdfunded by Questionmark’s Kickstarter campaign. It was a cold winter day. I headed onto the bus to meet my therapist for the first time. She was a worker at an LGBTQ+ association in my native country of Slovenia, so I was rather excited as a young and
“Just keep the fire burning”
“If love is a crime, then I’m willing to be wanted.” Unknown to 2Baba, he was crooning the soundtrack to the lives of all queer Africans. There are 32 countries where being queer is synonymous with being willing to be wanted by law enforcement. When this song debuted, that number was higher.
K-pop, queerbating, and the masculinity of a Korean trans man.
I think the main reason so many queer fans, particularly Western fans, are allured to K-pop is because of gender performances that challenge Western norms.
Living a double life
It is a great punishment to live the way I do. Still quite interesting when I get to sneak out and enjoy the flexibilities I can feast on in this hostile to my endeavours society.