Sex is often considered a universally positive force: energizing, empowering and exciting. But the reality is, difficulties with sex are also very common. In fact, many women feel that sex is unrewarding, uncomfortable or painful. Where do you seek help ...Read more
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My major reservation with the 8-4-4 system in Kenya is that it nurtures and extols only one type of excellence – academic. Do not get me wrong, this is a much needed function in society. However, we need musicians, athletes, ...Read more
I am no authority on mental illness, but I can say I do know a bit about it because I am also a Social Scientist. I did courses in my undergraduate & post-graduate (e.g. Medical Sociology and Social Psychology) that ...Read more
People take new identity each day and drop original ones. In Ghana the west pop culture is stealing our own. How do we protect it?
What’s your thought on the businesses in Nairobi that are quite profitable?
Literature is a medium for creative expression. I.e novel, poetry & drama. A powerful tool that can change the mindset of an era. Ngugi’s novels appear to confront a certain perspective, women empowerment, and progress. But is a reality or ...Read more
Why is corruption so common in Africa? Why do Africans appear helpless and ready to give in to corruption? Corruption is killing communities and states directly and indirectly. Why are Africans not interested in creating stable systems and processes rather ...Read more
Job Market: Are graduates doing the actual jobs they studied at school/ university/ college?
I ask this question as we continue to strive towards quality in the above sectors. Well, here are my favourites, please do share yours: – 1) Actor (male) – Maina Olwenya 2) Actor (female) – Melissa Kiplagat + Mkamzee Mwatela ...Read more
Help Create a Network of Community Change Accelerators in Kenya My name is Erick Matsanza, Founder Spice Without Borders. We are delighted to have been admitted to an Online Fundraising Accelerator Program by GlobalGiving. Our goal during the accelerator program ...Read more
Considering the recent Controversies among the Gospel artists, what is your take on the gospel industry?
Do you ever buy or pay for Kenyan art? If so, how often?
The kind of destruction going on in our schools. Our kids have been watching us closely. Have we failed as mentors and parents?
Do you think the idea of banning the Rafiki film from Kenya based on the same-sex love was the best solution for not exposing the young generation from Same sex relationships?
Only a few weeks to #Asenti2018 Register for the 4th African Summit on Entrepreneurship and Innovation-Asenti in November 8-9 at USIU-Nairobi, Kenyawww.asenti.org/delegate, the summit brings together 600-1000 delegates 30 countries 40 speakers and 20 exhibitors, with topics on Health Innovation, ...Read more
What do you think about tribal marks? Are they outmoded, inhumane or an infringement of the rights of people who are marked? Should it be totally scrapped? If yes, would that mean we would be losing our culture? Do tribal ...Read more
Our country Kenya is knee-deep in debt yet we have billions of shillings lost to corruption scandals. I decided today just to pick 1 scandal to ask the above question – what would you do with the money if you ...Read more
Yes, I know this is not a question but it needs to be said 😀 Donors do not have our best interests at heart – do not be lied to. Thomas Sankara knew this and cut links with them. Mahathir, ...Read more