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Pregnancy Isn't Always Pretty

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In an attempt to demystify pregnancy, we asked some people who had difficult pregnancies to tell us about their experiences during pregnancy, labour and postpartum. We also asked about how their (male) partners supported them and how that affected them.

Change is in the hair

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If it isn’t a hair product, it doesn’t belong in your hair. Yes, that includes your avocado mask.

In response to the strawmen

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In Kenya, students have been protesting for nearly as long as schools have existed. Given the colonial foundation of schooling in Kenya, perhaps it is expected that students would protest the violent and subjective conditions they are expected to live and learn under for most of their teenage years. The first recorded students’ strike happened in Maseno School in 1908 because students were being used as manual labourers with little to no learning happening. Since then, high school students have

Conversations from African Bedrooms

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More and more, African women are embracing their sexualities and having sex on their own terms. We’re refusing to be slut shamed or compromising our pleasure.

More women in power doesn't necessarily translate into change for women

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More than just having women in positions of power, we need women with feminist, anti-imperialist, anti-fascist politics. Representation for representation’s sake doesn’t guarantee that governments will commit to policies that do not harm and further marginalize women.

Kenyan High Schools And The Historical Legacy of Rape Culture

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Content warning: mention of rape and other forms of sexual violence.