A Meal

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By Baby Dyke “You are not eating.” It had been her idea to come to this place, I would have settled for a decent burger and some wine. Furthermore, with the plans I had in mind, it would have been better if we were home. She cleared her throat, licked her lips and a pang […]
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QUEERING LOVE PART II: Love in the time of patriarchy

By Bel South Fight the patriarchy! (In your own home) Fighting the patriarchy, the straight-thinking upward mobility-obsessed power-hungry patriarchy, is a mission.   There are so many ripe examples at hand: The Big-bullied Penis-swinging Trump-Zuma’s of the world, violently and deafeningly taking up valuable resources, mind-space and heart-space; The Patronising Boss, who, on a daily […]
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Small Truths

By Eyebags and Melanin I have stayed with myself longer than I have with anyone else. Longer than I have stayed with my good poetry, with my friends. Longer than I have stayed with my many loves and family. But some things have stayed longer than others. They stuck to me. No one warned me […]
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