God ,relationships , life, My COVID-19 journal

Are boys allowed to cry?

I thought I had my fair share of the battle of living in a navy blue society while looking pretty in pink, but all I can say is for the few decades I have been on this earth, I have seen how it is tough being a man in these streets. Don't get me wrong,… Continue reading Are boys allowed to cry?

God ,relationships , life, My COVID-19 journal

Losing a loved one to suicide (2)

On the last post we shared how the bereavement process after losing someone to suicide is challenging as it is so sudden and people are left hurt with so many questions. In our society there is so much superstition surrounding suicide that the bereaved do not even know who turn to for help. Here are… Continue reading Losing a loved one to suicide (2)

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#AskYourMcm: Should virginity be used to determine the dowry price

The lobola/roora ceremony like humanity and all things alike, has evolved and is done a bit different from how it was done before the millennium. From my understanding paying lobola/ roora/ dowry was a token of appreciation by the groom and his family to the family of their desired bride. This was never a five… Continue reading #AskYourMcm: Should virginity be used to determine the dowry price

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#AskYourMcm: Elongation of the labia minora from a man’s perspective

Saying the term in my vernacular sends shivers down my spine as I feel I am shouting out the worst profanity in the world. There has always been a debate whether the practice of the elongation of the labia minora is regarded as female genital mutilation (FGM). Wether it's female genital mutilation or not is… Continue reading #AskYourMcm: Elongation of the labia minora from a man’s perspective

My COVID-19 journal

Day 33 of the lock-down : Hair diaries

Today marks Day 33 of the national lock-down in Zimbabwe and I must say I miss my hair appointments. My last hair appointment was way before the lock-down directive and gosh was I looking like a million bucks when I left the hair salon. My dreadlocks which I usually call ''my crown , had been… Continue reading Day 33 of the lock-down : Hair diaries