“Reading extensively about love and tantric spirituality led me to some ground-breaking discoveries about female orgasms. As a result, through experimentation and perfect chemistry, my soul melted into another’s and I had my most torrential climax complete with a trip to outer-space and absolutely no control over my mind and body. Nothing feels greater and lighter. Unfortunately, many women do not know what that is like because for them sex is a chore: cook, clean, tend to children, give man his sex when he wants it, and go to sleep. It’s a huge tragedy worthy of an intervention.”
Pope Francis delivered a speech during yesterday’s Mass in Kenya, wearing a unique #MadeinKenya robe, specially made for him by Nairobi based Dolly Craft Sewing Project. The project made two chasubles for the pope and more than 2,600 garments for the priests, bishops and other religious officials
Nigerian soul singer, Maka, recently released a hot new single, Mu Na Gi, off her forthcoming debut EP, The Truth. She recently spoke to TIA’s Ladi Opaluwa about her inspiration, musical influences, an abandoned law career and her plans to take over the music industry.
In the southern part of Kalahari is where the spectacular nest images were captured. The Sociable weaver bird is responsible for the telephone pole colonisation.
Sbeitla is located in the north-central part of Tunisia. It has some of the most spectacular and well preserved Roman ruins.
Determined to change the way visually impaired people are perceived in Cameroon, Coco Bertin, who is visually impaired, started a rehabilitation centre which provides strategic education for people with disabilities.
According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary monogamy is defined as “the condition of having a single mate during a period of time.” It’s an ideal generations before us aspired to, but nowadays it’s become abundantly clear that expecting every single inhabitant of this planet to be monogamous is absurd.
“Every time they go murder somebody, the guns come to me, I clean it and I load it again,” says 21-year-old Shireen. “Yoh! … If you’re on drugs, you catch on to all the stuff, man. You’re not the same.”
Due to the cultural traditions ingrained in the Maasai through their elders, such as child marriage and FGM, the female Maasai are unable to speak out or initiate change. Here is where the beautiful young men, modern and passionate in their views, bid to end these forms of cruelty enforced in their culture by forming a cricket team