If you love something, let it go, Right? Part 2 by @shikungigi

Before you read this post, read Part 1. So one day, Lucy went ahead and told Drew she liked him. Via text. Almost. “Hi you! What if I woke one day I told you I liked you? Wouldn’t that be hilarious?” Breath was held. The stare was fixed on the WhatsApp screen. Drew typing… Well… … Continue reading If you love something, let it go, Right? Part 2 by @shikungigi

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If you love something, let it go. Right? Part 1 by @shikungigi

It's a cliché we all know and love to quote. We love to quote it when trying to comfort heartbroken friends and foe alike. Well, let me tell you a little story: There was a tiny little lady who lived in her tiny little world just letting nature takes its course because she had no idea … Continue reading If you love something, let it go. Right? Part 1 by @shikungigi

Being a Woman in Kenya Part 1 #KenyaRapeCulture by @TheMumBi

A whole life subversively conditioned to the possibility of being violated, sexually assaulted or raped. Worse still is the likely possibility of your sisters, your mother, your loved ones being as violated and you being *powerless* to bring address to it. This is the life of women in Kenya. 'Sit like this. Wear dark colours. Only loose … Continue reading Being a Woman in Kenya Part 1 #KenyaRapeCulture by @TheMumBi

Will you be my boyfriend? by @daidey

Relationships….one word, millions of reactions. When it comes to relationships, opinions come in all shapes and sizes from the do’s and don’ts, the roles that are to be played by each partner, expectations and what the ultimate relationship should consequently amount to. Our impression on these things is far from ubiquitous and what works for … Continue reading Will you be my boyfriend? by @daidey