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Success Story from Mozambique: Graça Machel’s Support for Women and Children

Graça Simbine Machel was born in 1945, the youngest in a family with six children, in what is today Mozambique. Her father, a Methodist minister died three weeks before she was born. 750 more words


On the 'dangers' of female travel

This could just be a story about countries deemed dangerous for women to travel to. But it’s more than that. This is a story about our perception of danger and how we’re told time and time again that the unfamiliar and the foreign are more dangerous to us than what is on our own doorstep. 1,189 more words


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Trying to be a Woman

What makes a strong woman? Being a mother? A wife? A sister? A daughter? A friend?

These are all ideas that circulate my mind, when I attempt to answer this question, I have to take a look at the women in my life, I have to look at myself. 458 more words

Cape Town

You breathe my name

The slick
Whisper of
Silk underwear
Against my hands
I dress you
To undress you

We move one
Another to where
We are most needed… 66 more words


A Taste of India - Faridabad

I believe that’s the Big Dog in the background. On the left. Not the “fellow” on the right :-)


Feathers & Toast: LA's Most Darling New Webseries...

As our time becomes more and more limited, in a world where everything is in the ‘now’ and where everything is instant, it’s no surprise that 50% of YouTube users watch from their mobile phones. 1,294 more words