As witnessed by curator Lindsey Kukunda I was in senior one stydying at Our Lady of Good Counsel in Gayaza. One morning, a student irritated a teacher by not getting his points first enough. I still remember the sounds of his slaps and punches. And when I say punches, I mean punches. On her head, … More Do you give your school permission to kill your child?
First of all, I want to be anonymous even if my privacy has been violated. I am a man who enjoys sex, sometimes promiscuously, and I’m open about it. So yes, I have a lot of bedroom experiences in a respectful way because I’m truthful and up front with all my sexual partners. What happened? … More A MAN’S STORY OF SEX AND CYBER VIOLATION
The world makes a very big mistake to write off women. God took a rib from man and formed a woman. The last thing I read was that Eve fed Adam something and both got banned from Eden. You cannot be serious. A woman caused man to leave paradise. These days some laws in some … More Just give girls a chance
Gender based violence is not caused by poverty,illiteracy,alcoholism or those factors that we attribute as causes. Those are just driving factors. The cause of Gender based violence is Power imbalance.Our misuse of the contextual/ situational power that we posses is what makes us fight to have people below us. Gender Based Violence exists because the … More Violence: It’s all a power play
What would you do if on your way home, from a rather successful trip to the market, you were attacked by someone you know? What would you do if while you nearly bled to death with your head cracked open you looked down on the path on which you had walked and saw your fingers … More She lost her limbs because he wanted her land
By curator, Lindsey Kukunda. Originally published on monpimon.wordpress.com I was on my way home from a night out with friends. It was around 10.00 pm. As I walked uphill, two men were walking down towards me. Suddenly, they stopped me and grabbed each of my arms. I had gone from being a free woman to … More Never think you can’t be ‘that woman’
Originally published in monpimon.wordpress.com I was at a University party. I was not a heavy drinker in those days, but since I was surrounded by classmates in a friend’s hostel, I was feeling safe. Having become too intoxicated to move to the next stage of the party, my friend Bob told our classmate Peter to … More I blamed myself for being drunk