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2016 May 24: The joys and troubles of being a father

by Sharon ‘Sicka’ Mthunzi I think I speak for every parent when I say the best thing that can happen to you is when you are blessed with a child that is a gift from God. It is always great watching … Continue reading

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2015 Jan. 5: An ally shares her perspective

Book Review When I started reading the book I had already received a review from my cousin. At first it was hard not to look and read it using the glasses that she provided. My wish was to read it … Continue reading

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2013 June 27: Who I Am

by Bulumko I ‘came out’ as a lesbian to my friends and some family members only a few months ago. Realizing that I was sexually and emotionally attracted to women, in my early teens, was very terrifying but being in … Continue reading

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