Bedding a carrier

by Nkosazana There’s something so mystical about making love to a pregnant woman. Some choose to find it uncommon, disgusting, an act of madness But the act of bedding a carrier is somehow magical. It’s got to do with her heavy breast carrying more liquid than I’ve ever cried my whole life Her breasts, round thick […]
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A Look at Love

By Nicole   Love… I was introduced to it at the time of my birth. I didn’t know why it was given to us or what its purpose was. Was it supposed to bring joy or pain? Love… Three years ago I thought I could see through its lies that wanted to deceive me. I […]
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Different Flavours, One Spoon: On being buddhist, a mother, queer, Zulu and much more

By Zan “Buddhist?” *insert supporting raised eyebrow here* But isn’t that for white people? Plus, don’t they pray to that statue of the fat dude?” These are the questions I get the minute something even remotely religious comes up. I’ve been asked these questions so often that I cannot help but giggle at their confusion. […]
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