Tag Archives: Questioning

2015 Feb. 21: Conversations with my brother

Self portraits by Zanele Muholi Conversing with Msa Muholi during their vacation. Where:  Oslo, Norway What:  Photo project Camera used:  Canon 6D with 4omm lens   We never sat next to each other in 20 years. We never had a … Continue reading

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2014 June 25: I consider myself beautiful not handsome…

    My name is Mamello but am also known as Meme Motaung. Mamello is a South Sotho name meaning perseverance. I was named Mamello by my grandmother and I do not know the reasons behind my name. I am a young proud black lesbian and I … Continue reading

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2014 Jan.20: “Walking Corpse”

Marred & dictated to, by none that created I. Jailed into faculties that were insisted upon, way before my existence. Pathways of Myself, pre-determined by structures that had lesser understandings of the complexities of human. Born and raised into the … Continue reading

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2014 Jan. 6: Confusion

  Why am I like this? I feel abnormal I feel like I’m different from others Every girl date guys, but I do not feel anything for them I am the only one having these feelings When I see my … Continue reading

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2013 June 5: Don’t Dominate Me…

by Boitumelo “Mimie” Sepotokele Jade & I were sitting  and chatting about a day we had and discussed this couple we were hanging with that night, and what we saw did not sit well with us, we both could not understand … Continue reading

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