The fuss about female pop artists like Nigerian Tiwa Savage posing semi-nude in their music videos or displaying their bodies in public raises some important questions: do women own their own bodies? And why do men feel the need to police female sexuality?
Popular Nigerian duo, Tunde and Wunmi Obe, better known as T.W.O, have joined the burgeoning list of concerned artistes strongly advocating for the restoration of peace and unity in Nigeria
According to Vice a contingent of Ugandan LGBT activists were recently denied visitor visas to attend World Pride 2014, which will be held in Toronto this summer. The move comes as a surprise given the Canadian government’s strong, condemnatory stance […]
As the presence of vagina tightening herbs and concoction grows in Zimbabwe, it seems more and more women are turning to this option to keep their men happy
If most Nigerians are to be believed, we do not use sex toys. But somebody’s buying all the sex toys sold in Nigeria, and it’s not uncommon to see ads for sex toys in newspapers. Are we just shy about talking about using “aids” to jazz up our sex lives?
In some rural areas in southeast Madagascar, if a woman gives birth to twins, she is expected to abandon them as they bring an evil curse on her family and the surrounding community
Why are we still putting chemicals in our hair? It’s 2014, black people have supposedly shaken off the chains of mental slavery, yet when it comes to black women’s hair we have division. Reaction in Nigeria to my natural hair: ‘Is this your hair? Chineke!’