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even when it hurts

Coming home from living over seas sounds like the greatest thing. It’s nothing but sushi, and cheese, and the best of friends – day in and day out. 907 more words

This Is Life

Kenya High Court upholds criminalisation of adolescent consensual sex, ignores gender bias in the law

Many thanks to Godfrey Kangaude, LL.M. (UFS), LL.M. (UCLA), Executive Director of the Malawi Law Society and Co-Director of Nyale Institute for Sexual and Reproductive Health Governance, and Mobby Rusere, an LL.M. 219 more words


Street Harrasment: Effective ways to combat the problem

By Chelsea Ellingsen

First of all what is it? I’m continually surprised by the creative sleaziness of men who have taken it upon themselves to harass me in public. 720 more words

Day 3: BTK2 in Mbale, Mutoto circumcision site.

We reach the land of the Bamasaba after an 8hrs bus ride past Lira’s Bisina, Soroti’s rocks, just a pinch of what we saw. We are urshered into busy; buses, taxis, boda bodas, traders, construction. 847 more words


Sometimes your presence is enough

Phillip was in his late 20’s and dying of AIDS. His family had disowned him, and day after day he was in his bed, waiting to die. 834 more words


19 Photos That Will Make You Want to go to Uganda

Uganda, a small landlocked country in East Africa, is called the Pearl of Africa because it has some of the best scenery in Africa with its lush greenery, vast lakes, stunning green valleys and mountains.   302 more words