Fatness Is Not Private

By Shanine Ahimbisibwe It’s the day after New Year’s Day and you decide to go see a gynaecologist. You do not have a milky discharge, you do not have lower back and abdominal cramps, your period is not late, you do not have pain passing urine. You decide to visit a gynaecologist because it is […]

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The Lawyer Whose Mouth Never Moves

By Winnie Kyomuhendo I was about 11 years old when I decided that I wanted to and would become a lawyer. My young mind pictured a confident female wearing fashionable suits and formal dresses with high heels, tossing legal jargon all over the place and making a lot of money. I was convinced that the […]

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What If I Never Find Mr Right?

There might be other issues in the future that some of us are going to need exorcism for in order to comprehend and acknowledge, but I suppose this one doesn’t. Someone once said that “you know you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams”. This affirms to […]

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Maîtresse d’un Homme Marié, que Nous Réserve la Saison 2 ?

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Par Christelle Kamanan Pour les personnes qui n’ont pas encore vu la série : cet article ne contient aucun spoiler. Mars 2020, la vidéo bande-annonce de la saison 2 de la série sénégalaise Maîtresse d’un Homme Marié compte plus de 800 000 vues en moins d’une semaine. C’est pour dire l’attente ! Au-delà du jeu […]

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To Be, Or Not To Be?

By Grace Ancillar “Don’t be surprised if I show up on your door with a baby in one hand and a suitcase in another,” I told my mother one windy August morning, because I was that modern African woman. Her jaw hit the floor. I watched her swallow her saliva and avoid eye contact with […]

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Kidnapped in The Name of The Law

By Reem Gaafar Note: The names in this article have been changed to protect the identity of the victims and their children, especially in cases of on-going custody trials. After a short-lived and turbulent marriage, Fadwa and her husband divorced and she returned to her family home with her 2-year-old son. One day, her ex-husband […]

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Cloak of Invisibility

By Amandla Karungi When I was younger, I was the shy one who always got left out and was never the favourite. Not the crowd favourite, nor the sisters’ favourite, not the Aunt’s favourite or the Grandmother’s favourite. As the second born out of three and then eventually four girls, it was difficult to be […]

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