Category Archives: Lady tactics

2013 June 28: So What Is This?

by Charmain Carrol When you love someone, but the best option is to stay away… I seem to think of you every second minute of every hour of the day. I keep seeing flashes of you the morning after it … Continue reading

Posted in Archived memories, Art Solidarity, As we are, Beauty, Before You, Black Lesbians, Charmain Carrol, Community, Complicated Lesbian Relationships, Crea(c)tive senses, Creative Writing, Evidence, Faith, Family, Homosexuality, Johannesburg, Lady tactics, Life Stories, Love, Open relationships, Our lives in the picture, Power of the Voice, South Africa, Women; Voices; Writings; Education; Traditions; Struggles; Cultures, Writing is a Right | Tagged , | 7 Comments

2013 June 4: I was not Her

by Kopano Sibeko I could have worn my hair like she did, Wore a dress maybe, Apply that expensive lip gloss she had with a pinkish glittery, perfume scent or Strut ‘em heels like she does, maybe? I was not … Continue reading

Posted in Gender performance, Lady tactics, Power of the Voice, Records and histories, Relationships, South Africa, Translation, We Care, We Still Can with/out Resources, Writing is a Right, Youth voices | Tagged | 4 Comments