our souls died with Rhodes Must Fall

Wandile Dlamini’s facebook post

Brief, Carbonated critique

Our souls died with Rhodes Must Fall

Brief, Carbonated critique, the cis-tem, violence

Briefly: violence of assigning genders at birth

Y’all need to cav and stop fuxing with this violent process you all basically buy into sans questioning. You think the cis-tem is only for trans people to resist meanwhile you know you mize how violent the cis-tem is cuz high key you loooove this system of oppression.

So all you motherfuckers out there who think this shit is legit (i.e. basically all of you) please miss me. ASAP-tually.
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Art, Carbonated critique

Perceiving anything but freedom

About a week ago a Mandela tribute sculpture was unveiled: stainless steel Ray Ban Wayfarer glasses titled “Perceiving Freedom”.
A few days after that, these massive glasses ignited the grass it lies on because physics did its thing of refracting light through the lens. Quite honestly, it should have just burnt down. Continue reading

Carbonated critique, Politics

When politicking triumphs politics…The saviour complex is holding us back

In a series of my tweets last evening, I pin pointed why we, South Africans, have reached these dire straits in our democracy. Playground fighting and high school petty bickering in our Parliament is common place, reaching a pique in last night’s heated events. The riot police was called in, manhandled a few MPs and forcibly removed them from the National Assembly.

That’s what it has come down to: politicians, whose jobs as MPs is to discuss and argue matters concerning our country resort to using force when it gets too heated. All of that… In defence of one man, our president.
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