Sinenhlanhla londiwe Meyiwa Magcaba, a depressed sexual violence survivor and aspiring writer who wants to change the black communities beliefs and norms explicitly through her writings.
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By Sinenhlanhla londiwe Meyiwa Magcaba • What my mama told me My mama told me to grow up And be beautiful like our sunset, But what she forgot to tell me Was to pack a gun for the world I was growing into had men with no scruples And no respect for women So before … Continue reading What My Mama Told Me
By Sinenhlanhla londiwe Meyiwa Magcaba • My name resides in shabby conformation I take a few steps but then Fail to find the strength to face them Spank! I feel a hand on my bum I turn to shriek but words do not come out of my mouth Words have always failed me I cover … Continue reading My Name Resides in Shabby Conformation
By Sinenhlanhla londiwe Meyiwa Magcaba • When someone talks about leopard print, one would think high fashion, cat walk or maybe even a-lister, but that is not the kind of leopard print I want to talk about today. I am talking about leopard print on a human body, from the face all the way down … Continue reading Leopard Print
Sinenhlanhla londiwe Meyiwa Magcaba • I am sick and tired of trying to fit in this paradigm that was erected in a manner that has no consideration for my being even a glitch. I am sick and tired that in my own country I can not live my life to fullest, sick and tired that … Continue reading I am Sick and Tired