CBC RATTLES MILLENNIAL PARENTS

I don’t recall mum give a helping hand to me during my formative years while I’d get holed up at the dining table trying to make head or tail of the homework. I can’t fault her though. I mean, mum wasn’t privileged to study past class 7 back in the ’60s. My dad on the... Continue Reading →

CIRCUMCISION: CULTURE, CHURCH & GANGS

Photo credit: Pinterest Circumcision is one of the most revered cultural practices in my community. It is a mark of transformation and liberation, if you may. Liberation from childhood manners and anything that demeans boyish attributes. The physical mark that is painfully entrenched to the young man is a gate-pass to the lawns of adulthood.... Continue Reading →

LATE 80’S KIDS

I don't know what stood out in your childhood, nevertheless, as you ponder about it, I'm just about to sound old and dilapidated, okay, to some of you. Well, never mind, I'm neither that young. I'm a soul that struggles to be identified as a millennial. But technically I'm not one in as much as... Continue Reading →

THE LOST LANGUAGE

Does it worry you that you can't express yourself fluently in your native African language? Does it bother you that some of your affluent cousins, nephews and nieces are doing far worse? That expressing oneself exclusively in English or be it via emasculated Swahili discourse at the expense of the local dialect regardless of the... Continue Reading →

CHURCH ETHOS

Church ethics have evolved over the years and so have our guts. Religious leaders have been met flat-footed by the world advancements in technology and other fronts. The leadership has found itself in the wobbly and ugly underbelly of the synthetic headways. It’s not a secret that many men and women of the cloth have... Continue Reading →

DO DISTANT MARRIAGES WORK?

  I'm sure you ran into images that surfaced on social media recently of a guy who stumbled on his wife on one of those Kilimani Mums Facebook page sliding into a foreigner DMs after the foreigner wrote to inquire about the availability of a Kenyan female lover. Later on, this white chap leaked all the... Continue Reading →

Slayers

I'm seated in a banking hall clasping on my ticket number, pensively waiting for my turn amid the slow system hardly ever making any meaningful progress.  We are just about to spot a lingerie lining, lay bare from the flaring petite piece of dress that's the size of my handkerchief which apparently, is miserably trying... Continue Reading →

OFFICE ROMANCES

  Office romance is as old as love itself. Its been brewed and given breathe in the high walls of office set ups and graced by likely and unlikely characters masquerading in formal dressing codes since way back. You'll be shocked or rather amazed depending on which side of the conversation you sit, by the... Continue Reading →

OF AMICABLE BREAK UPS OR NOT

 When you part from your friend, you grieve not; for that which you love most may be clearer in their absence. — Kahlil Gibran. So, is there anything like amicable breakup? Like can you call your significant other and start an awkward conversation with words like' "Hey babe, I've reached a point where I want us... Continue Reading →

‘OVER PUBLICIZED’ RELATIONSHIPS

  Every human being devours affirmation and validation. It's human nature to require some appreciation here and some there. No man is self sufficient and it's important to feel valued and cherished by the world. Even relationships beg for acceptance. When your friends and family affirm your relationship, it kicks in the feel-good hormones. It... Continue Reading →

FRIENDSHIPS

A best friend is someone you're not only going to love all your life, they are also your biggest critic and strongest supporter. They are your late-night mentors, daylight umbrellas, and midday co-conspirators. You feel secure with them, but more importantly being vulnerable never felt as comfortable as it does when you're with them. Best... Continue Reading →

BFFs

Cross-sex friendships are based on attraction and quest for chemistry. A number of them survive devoid of lust but only for a limited period of time before one party develops a crush on the other. World over, the best selling romantic novels and movie series are based on long-time best friends falling in love. Platonic... Continue Reading →

TET A TET WITH DAD

 When a friend narrated to me how once in a while he teams up with his dad to cultivate some men talk in a bar, it took me back. It baffled and fascinated me at the same time. If my dad was alive today, would he call me at one of those lazy Saturday afternoons... Continue Reading →

WHY MARRIAGE IS STRUGGLING

Ladies and gentlemen, sad to let you know we are in deep sh*t. As we speak, marriage institution in Kenya is under assassination and serious siege. In other words, it's half frozen, its nostrils dangling in deep waters, legs upside down, wobbling for help. It has been forcibly captured and capsized by the evil, bloody spirits... Continue Reading →

MATERNAL MOMENTS: PART 3

Hello Hello! first-time parents and all my readers out there passionate about kids and family stuff. Maternal Moments series is back! This time taking it further from where we paused last time. I'll help you juggle your memory on what we covered last. If you recall, we brushed deeply on deconstructing myths and mending information... Continue Reading →

THE DEGREE SYNDROME

The anger over kids not getting into university speaks to how Kenya education has become a search for papers, rather than true learning which opens many doors at many different levels. Shouldn't we perhaps interrogate our all-roads-lead-to-university model of schooling? - Gathara - Media personality We are such a ridiculous nation that seemingly panics and vomits... Continue Reading →

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