Category Archives: Breasts

2019 Feb. 14: Remembering to breath during Lesotho XP.

Text and Photos by Tsebo Phakisi I should have known the first day I left home to attend the weeklong Photo XP workshop that my life would change. I should have felt that the week would be a thrust so … Continue reading

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2014 July 15: “Intombi” – Photo of the Day

Title:  Intombi I … in collaboration with Valerie Thomas, Paris (2014)       (Re)inventing Aesthetic and (Re)imagining Meaning: (Re)creating Black Beauty By Bridget Ngcobo   Zanele Muholi, a black South African visual activist standing in Paris, France stands in … Continue reading

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2013 Nov. 12: God, the lesbian, the sin

  Oh why is it that I feel I have sinned I have lusted over her, with hips so wide. There’s nowhere for me to hide What sin is this? What scale will it be measured by God? The lesbian … Continue reading

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