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Published on: 01 October 2014 by in General Issues
‘The Mouth is For Eating’ by Guest Contributor Okwevulgar

Every heterosexual man should love to eat pussy, even His Excellency Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, though nobody wants that image in their head, so I apologise and promise never to bring it up again. Every heterosexual man should love to eat pussy. Not all of you do, unfortunately, perhaps because you grew up being told that girls are dirty, or in very religious household, or both (probably both). Maybe you are inexperienced and ... 

Published on: 30 September 2014 by in Creative Non Fiction
‘The Perfect Night’ by Guest Contributor Grace

I had been toying with the idea of inviting Mudiwa on one of my many business trips but I was so scared. The fear emanated from a deep sense of knowing that I wanted him so badly but was not sure whether it would be a worthwhile risk or one of those “damn I wasted my time and it gets awkward” kind of moments. So one day as we were doing our usual back and forth chatting I asked him to come through so we could travel ... 

Published on: 30 September 2014 by in Creative Non Fiction
‘This cougar life’

Have you ever been called a cougar? How do you feel about it? I shared my thoughts on this over on the This is Africa site "...Recently, as I was walking toward one of my friends at an arts festival, another guy said in reference to me, “She looks like a cougar. Is she one?” I wonder what gave him that impression. Was it my slightly too short denim skirt? Or was it a certain ‘je ne sais quoi’? The word cougar in ... 

Published on: 30 September 2014 by in Fiction
‘Rated X’ by Guest Contributor Pamela

Anne stood staring at the view from she and her husband's room, with a contented smile on her face. It had been a good year. Apparently married life agreed with her much more than she had thought. It wasn't boring or dull or tedious. And just last week she had caught herself at work smiling just at the thought of coming home. She was growing soft, she chuckled softly. “Why are we laughing babe?” Myron slipped his left ... 

Published on: 26 September 2014 by in Creative Non Fiction
Sleeping Dicks Lie.

My first taste of dick was salty. It was my cousin’s friend and I was in a hurry. I had told my cousin I needed to use the toilet and he was waiting for me in the car, just outside the gates. I am not sure what made me attempt to suck my first dick under these conditions – call it naivety – but the minute that dick slipped into my mouth I knew I had bitten off more than I could chew, so to speak. He was a big ... 

Published on: 08 September 2014 by in General Issues
Desire: Questions and Answers

One of my friends is a PhD student in a Canadian university and she shared on social media recently some questions that one of her Professors had posed in a recent class. I loved the questions and decided to answer them for myself. Why don’t you do the same in the comments box below? What is desire? Desire is a feeling. It’s what attracts me towards another person. It’s a want. How is desire formed? I don’t ... 

Published on: 07 September 2014 by in Fiction

Dinner was quiet and uncomfortable that night. If it weren’t for the random fits of laughter the twins erupted in. Kodjo set the last two steaks on the table and speared the thickest one and watched with amusement as his two sons squabbled over who would eat the last one. Diane sipped her sweet tea pensively while Khadijah avoided her father’s gaze. Kodjo sawed his meat into cubes and asked his question around the ... 

Published on: 20 August 2014 by in Fiction

Diane held Dijah in a soft embrace and rocked her gently. Her daughter’s contented sigh reminded her of the day she had come from school in tears after being taunted on the playground. All she had wanted was her momma. That was so long ago. It had been ages – years - since Dijah had allowed herself to be vulnerable in Diane’s presence. Somewhere along the way, Kodjo had swooped in and become her hero; her go-to guy. But ... 

Published on: 16 August 2014 by in Fiction

If only there was an algorithm for enjoying the benefits of privilege. It wasn’t that Diane was ungrateful for the wealth and comfort married life to Kodjo had brought her these last 20 years – it was that it didn’t satisfy her. The Adofo clan was blessed; there was no questioning that. They had never known a day of lack. Kodjo provided for the family well. And if she had to choose between the scratching-to-survive life ... 

Published on: 15 August 2014 by in Creative Non Fiction
“God Must Be a Man’ by Guest Contributor Ingrid

She took the long way home. She knew she needed to clear her head and that once she arrived at home all semblance of privacy was out the door. She lived in a one bedroom apartment with her mother and two sisters. As she walked she pondered her predicament. She had always said that God had to be a man because why else would women have to be the ones to bear the burden of having children? Why else would women’s so called ... 

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