I write to you as a fellow proud African. A citizen of your neighbour country, Kenya. A person who has… Read more Dear Dr. Kigwangalla,
I’m not one for political commentary. It’s the second time now that I say that. I think that means that… Read more There is a New Political Party in Town
Earlier today, I posted a video on Facebook of a lady talking about being an immigrant in (I believe) the… Read more Dear Black Lives Matter – Toronto…
Dear Mr. President, I am not one for political commentary, which is really silly seeing as words are the only… Read more Unite Us, Mr. President
I edited the original poem by the brilliant Dominick Pupa to apply to the Kenyan context. At the time, we… Read more Don’t Tell Gay People How to Mourn
Why are we so shaken today? It is because we are so used to living with fear, we are so… Read more Love Always, Every Day, Forever, Wins
Our pride has been wounded Our pride has been hurt But by God it will NOT be destroyed The Stonewall… Read more A Wounded Pride
19-year-old Ouma is brutally raped by police officers who are charged with the task of serving and protecting Kenyans. Nairobi… Read more I Am a Feminist. No, I Do Not Have a Vagina
I’m thinking of the women in my life. I know how that may be uncharacteristic of me considering how gay I… Read more Here’s to The Ladies!
So this is meant simply to elicit conversation… Human beings want to understand the origin of everything. In order to… Read more GOD!