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2013 May 27: Hand me a job…

by Siyasanga Joyi Hand me a job. Yes you handed me a job that paid me ‘peanuts’ so I could ‘butter’ my bread on both sides. Peanuts converted to high-pitched notes as you played me like a melody on your … Continue reading

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2013 Feb. 12: A dildo is not a man; it’s a fantastic toy…

by Lesego Tlhwale “Lesbians who like to use strap-on dildos, secretly sleeps with man!” This kind of statement I hear frequently in black lesbian spaces, when they talk about sex. So yesterday while we were having a meeting with a group … Continue reading

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