The Power of the Pussy

By Kagure Mugo Have you ever sunk your fingers into yourself? Not in a flurry of horniness, or during some sexy time with a partner or out of boredom at 30, 000 feet during a flight (if that is your thing). Not rushed it but touched yourself slowly, deliberately so that you really understand what … Continue reading The Power of the Pussy

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Touch Yourself – Because it’s good for you

By Kagure Mugo 'Get your hands away from there.' This is the reprimand we have gotten since we were small girls, curious about what was going on between our thighs. Boobs? Sure. Legs? Cool. Hips? Fine. But this vagina thing...with its ability to change temperature, moisture levels and make you tingle all over, what is … Continue reading Touch Yourself – Because it’s good for you

Why the casual sexism at UCT matters

By Dela Gwala “The girls here are all sluts man, is it any better at Rhodes?”. I overheard this question on Jammie plaza last year. The unidentified dudebro essentially ruined my lunch and made me vow to continue hiding out in the postgraduate corners of this institution.  Against my better judgement, I continued to take … Continue reading Why the casual sexism at UCT matters

Call for Papers: Women, Gender and Sexualities: An Anthology

Call for Papers: Women, Gender and Sexualities: An Anthology Co-Edited Dr. Rujuta Mandelia (Temple University) and Moiyattu Banya, MSW (Temple University) Papers are invited for an anthology that provides the historical foundations of diverse feminist discourses on gender, race, class, sexuality and disability vis-à-vis nationality, citizenship, and post-colonialism, the critical understanding of how women live their … Continue reading Call for Papers: Women, Gender and Sexualities: An Anthology