March 20, 2019

Caster Semenya: the right to compete

Let it be expressly known that this piece is my (very strong) personal opinion on the ongoing case between the IAAF vs Caster Semenya in the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). And that opinion is that this case is discriminatory. For those who are unfamiliar with the story, here’s the gist of it. During

March 12, 2019

Human Responsibilities

I know a lot of the time when we think of Human Rights, we are thinking of ourselves. It’s only normal to personalise it because it affects all of us personally. But here’s the thing, we are great at being advocates of Human Rights but not so much for our human responsibilities and after having

March 8, 2019

Feminism vs. Misandry – don’t get it twisted

First things first, I think it’s important to note the meaning of feminism. Feminism is about creating a society where there is equality for men and women regarding opportunities, rights and responsibilities in all spheres of life. A lot of people still mistake feminism as hating men or believing women are the superior gender.  Not

March 6, 2019

Pain Is To Be Transcended

Most if not all of us go through struggles in life and circumstances that literally rip our hearts out of our chests and cause us to emotionally bleed profusely. I’m sure you can relate because, dare I say, some way or the other, each of us has had an encounter with a painful experience. Alright!

March 4, 2019

Seedtime & Harvest

Here’s the thing, I don’t believe in “karma” per say but I do believe in the concept of you “you get what you give”. Correct me if I’m wrong, but karma has more to do with what you do to others coming back to you, right? I believe it goes beyond that. To me, it’s