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I hear you. I have come to learn that most bullies (whether male or female) are people with chronic low self-esteem. This then drives them to ‘compensate’ through anti-social behaviour (not to say that everyone who suffers from low self-esteem in effect automatically deals with it in this way or theRead more
I'd say matters sex are very personalised (not 'personal') which means the genesis of solution should be firstly from the individual. In my very short life-span thus far on earth, I have discovered that sex is complex because it traverses 4 elements that make up a human being - physical, emotional,Read more
The world is changing. The world is in constant flux. I don't know how it is in your country but I guess it is the same everywhere. We are in the information age. Information velocity is increasing at an increasing rate (this post is itself testimony to this - 20 years ago I would not have been ableRead more
I may sound like a very cold person but this is my reality - I have 0 tolerance for betrayal. This does not mean I hold a grudge, oh no, disloyal people don't deserve that space & time. It simply means I act swiftly & decisively on those who harm me or others in order to prevent a repeat. ThRead more
I say 'sexual benefits' already says a lot about what most people think of sex ... For me sex is not a benefit. Sex is sex. A friendship/relationship of whatever sort is defined by the 2 people in it and it does not become lesser/greater because of sex/lack thereof. Why most relationships collapse iRead more
I have experienced violence both publicly and domestically. I believe the criminal justice system, though very wanting in many ways, is NOT the solution. Also, the judiciary's job is to interpret the law not enforce it ... further more, the executives job is to enforce the law created by the legislaRead more
I think this question is shy of an oxymoron ... Let me say why. Consider these questions: - - Do you think Kenyans can vote for a gay president in the next 20 years? - Do you think Kenyans can vote for a lesbian president in the next 20 years? - Do you think Kenyans can vote for an Arab president inRead more
The middle class is a varied class with peculiar behaviour ... But today let me pick the middle class age bracket of 21 - 28 years (millennials) as an example (& not all of course, but a disproportionate segment that I have personally either observed or interacted with - maybe someone else has hRead more
But the elections are also marred with corruption and culture of prejudice ... What I mean is, few people (like you) vote using sheer merit as a measure of leadership. Most do so on tribal lines and (mostly) 'money-factor'. A few families in this country hold the economy at ransom and likewise the sRead more