And Thats How I Survived by Feminists In Africa on Scribd

Even if They Spit at you, d… by Feminists In Africa on Scribd

From Torment to Tyranny: En… by Feminists In Africa on Scribd

Assuming that we all remembered to include; “taking my healthcare more seriously” in our 2019 resolutions or plans, it is my duty then to impart you with the knowledge that you will need to help you stay healthy. According to the 2019 WELLNESS AWARENESS calendar, January is the world’s cervical cancer awareness month. Now cervical …

Cervical cancer is one of the most treatable cancers but sadly Kenyan women continue dying from its complications. Read More »

Three-year-olds are supposed to be innocent. But the one I met two weeks ago wasn’t. She was lying in the hospital bed fast asleep, one hand tightly clutching that of her sixteen years old auntie and her legs tightly pressed together. I remember standing by the bed and staring at the tiny little thing for …

Before you open your mouth to protect a rapist, THINK! Read More »

On the off chance that “RAPE” strangely vanished from the English language, we would have no issue communicating the ideas it plagues as Africans. We could verbally express it as “sexually abuse, compelled to have intercourse, sexually ambush, persuasively enter… ” and different terms that could signify, “stripping off the dignity, paining someone or dishonoring …

UNTIL THE SUN, SETS IN THE EAST AND RISES IN THE WEST Read More »

I moved to Mombasa at the beginning of the year after an unpaid internship. At that time I slept on a friend’s couch. As luck would have it, I soon got a paid internship and moved out to my own studio apartment. I loved the place, it was close to work, close to the road, …

Oppressive Conservatism and the church Read More »

Yesterday was hard to swallow. Even as I write this, I am tormented by what I saw. See, I was on a motorcycle with my boyfriend at around 9.pm around the village where my campus is located. We passed near a local club. It was dark, and the club was already locked; because it’s a …

The Scourge Read More »