Think

By Nina Mort Every day is a reminder of how no one dares ask questions of existence. Why we came to exist, or why some of us cease to (how did we come to be you see). Why there must be a high supreme God who seems to be a puppeteer to his kin, (we […]
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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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Purple Hurdles

By Thandeka Bhengu/ @MissNinaBrown Throw your bones; You’re dancing on your throne While you’re walking down the streets of your mind And you’re on a natural high. Breathe your dreams You stalked it in your sleep After you stared down the black cat in the yard And it swore to not cross path Feed your flame, […]
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The Life of Grace

By RobotMonkeyA++ Childhood Even as a young child, Grace was attracted to boys, and by the time puberty hit, they were on her mind all the time. She would secretly spy on her brother and his friends while they were swimming, experiencing a longing she just couldn’t quite understand. But by then, she already knew […]
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