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 →

MILLENNIAL ZONE 001: UNI.

Njagi 21 years of age, is a third-year student at a local university. He has never seen nor come across a trace of his father's silhouette. Now a young adult, his childhood was made up of his single mum Kui, his younger sister Wangare and a kindred of close relatives made up of Shush Damaris,... 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 →

SIR JAY

If you call yourself Sir (something) you better look the part. From dressing a Stephano Ricci diamond plated tie to an elegant gold wristed watch that has a heavier ego than all the new found IT cum hacking gurus and crop of wannabe lawyers trying too hard to impress on social media,..you rather be rocking... Continue Reading →

WHO WILL MENTOR THE MEN IN US?

  When my Research lecturer gave us an assignment on writing a proposal, my mind juggled with so many topics for some days. Ultimately, my Proposal heading read; A STUDY ON THE PLIGHT OF THE BOY CHILD IN KENYA. It is no coincidence that I'm passionate about the male gender threats and prospects in this country.... Continue Reading →

MAMA’S BOY SYNDROME

Mama's Boy has always been a hot-potato-topic loved and loathed in equal measure, one that is too sensitive for many writers to juggle with, that pierces through what we hold dearest to, compelling us to be on either side of the divide. You are either a mama's boy or not. It is as clear as... Continue Reading →

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