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Men As Partners in African Feminism

February 25, 2017

I am privileged to have been taught by brilliant scholars in the areas of gender and womxn’s studies. As a man living in South Africa, it is not easy to access or engage in knowledge in these domains and there are various explanations for why this is so. Through incessant cognizance of my positionality I […]

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PrEP as HIV prevention- an intersectional lens on access

December 1, 2016

A reflection from the 2016 International AIDS conference It is the year 2016 and we are reflecting on the progress made on HIV/AIDS globally and nationally. More significantly, South Africa hosted the International AIDS conference for the second time this year (the first having been in 2000, around the time when Thabo Mbeki raised a […]

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The Lack Of Reproductive Justice As A Form Of Violence

September 12, 2016

This journey takes us back to an untold portion of our apartheid history, where access to abortion services was restricted and not encouraged. This was not a pro-life initiative, no. This was a pro-WHITE life initiative because as much as abortion was restrictively legal, white women were not encouraged to have abortions as the aim […]

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