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 →

MEN WHO GO ‘CLUBBING’ AT 55

So last Saturday I was awake for a whole 24 hours. Yes 24. Don't judge me, thank you. Late in the night at those evil hours of 3am when the devil and all his cousins go out of their way to raid and rein havoc to humans, a group of friends and I checked in... Continue Reading →

GOOD OR BAD: METROSEXUAL MEN

Questions abound, every contemporary man alive 'struggles' with a degree of 'metrosexualness'. The big question is, where do you draw the line between looking sharp and being overzealous. A metrosexual lad is oftenly very in touch with his feminine side. Google defines a metrosexual male as a young, urban man with an interest in fashion... Continue Reading →

STIGMA OF A SINGLE MOTHER

She is a mother of two. Both from different fathers. A charming, shy boy with a bubbling, full of life, younger sister. For the boy, his dad passed on while he was 6 months in his mother's womb. Very sad. He died of a short illness. It was very devastating for the mum. Attending the... Continue Reading →

YOUR PREGNANT WIFE

After you did your wedding vows, the patting shot you fondly remember from your mum, was that she was awaiting several grand kids. In hindsight, you thought you were done with pressure. No. After the lobbying from all and sundry, small talks and persistent, ugly questions of "kama ulipata mtu", you finally surprised them with... Continue Reading →

HER CHARMNESS IS UNBOWED BY A LIFE’S LOATHE

She is 21. Beautiful, intelligent, confident, charming and sweet. Her alluring face, skillfully personality and time, has concealed what she has gone through in life. A life summed by four words. Sadness, fear and denied freedom. From a distance, you may be forgiven to assume she's one of those PYT(Pretty Young Things) from campus who... Continue Reading →

DEAR FUTURE WIFE

"........Take me on a date; I deserve it, babe; And don't forget the flowers every anniversary 'Cause if you'll treat me right; I'll be the perfect wife; Buying groceries; Buy-buying what you need You got that 9 to 5; But, baby, so do I; So don't be thinking I'll be home and baking apple pies I never learned to cook; But I can... Continue Reading →

TO GREAT FATHERS, WE TOSS

A father is neither an anchor to hold us back, nor a sail to to take us there, but a guiding light whose love shows us the way - Anonymous. Father's Day couldn't have come at worse time, at the backdrop of a trying moment for men in this country. Indeed its a time to... Continue Reading →

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