My husband and I had a discussion a couple of days ago. It eluded to the question if you are not going to get any recognition for the work you do, if you are not financially compensated for the efforts you make and if you do not get satisfaction from this work (not that I… Read More It’s All For Her!
Child, as I pick up our read this month, I am thinking about you. This story embodies everything I wish for you. I wish you grow up into strong woman, one who goes against the grain and takes up space. One who is comfortable in her skin and is always curious to learn. One who… Read More The Girl Who Knows About Cars: A Book Review
Inspired by one of Connie Dia’s posts on Period Poverty, I just had to revisit this topic for those of you at the back that didn’t get it the first time around! Did you know that an estimated 30% of South African girls do not attend school each month because they can not afford sanitary… Read More The Period Question
They never said it would be easy I never expected it to be But everytime Those feet fail you My heart can’t help but explode Into tears you may never see fall One’s I will forever feel Scars that you will leave In places you will never know exist Hard exteriors are made But the… Read More Failing Feet
Are you a parent? How would you raise your child in a time when gender based violence is rife? … Read More Raising a Daughter in a Femicide Nation