7 Jun, 2015

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21 varieties of traditional African homosexuality | 76 CRIMES...

21 varieties of traditional African homosexuality | 76 CRIMES

Source: 21 varieties of traditional African homosexuality | 76 CRIMES Articles like the one above really get my goat!  Before anyone jumps down my throat let me make it clear from now.  I am in no way shape or form anti-anybody whose sexual orientation differs from mine – at all.  What I am annoyed about is not the concept that homosexuality was also in pre-colonial Africa.  That doesn’t bother me in the slightest.  It is the constant, almost insistent, manner that people feel they need to go through to make it seem that these practices were the NORM for pre-colonial Africa. As others have already stated, it seems to be a wish of a certain type of people that Africa be a homosexual society before their interference into the continent, maybe as a justification – in their minds – for their own sexual preferences.  We see it all the time.  It’s called “deflection”.  In this case, tptb (the powers that be) know that for them to stand a chance, they have to reduce the population in large numbers.  One way is through lowering childbirth rates en masse.  So along with contraception, they reward greedy individuals to perpetuate the “positives of alternative lifestyles” in any way possible.  This, to me, is one such article. I repeat.  I, in no way whatsoever, have no animosity to anyone of an opposing sexuality to me, unless they are a paedophile or bestiality participant – children and animals cannot give consent.  I don’t care what anyone wants to say on that.  My point is, as I inferred earlier, I’m annoyed.  Annoyed at the constant barrage on Africa to conform to European and other outside cultures’ viewpoint on how the world should be.  Africans are NOT Europeans.  Nor are they Asians or Americans or any other continent that is not Africa.  They’re AFRICANS.  They do things THEIR way.  Just like everybody else.  And just like everybody else, they should be allowed to record and present their story for themselves without having to keep certain minorities and their guilt complexes in favour by appeasing them with foolishness and falsehoods about general acceptance of their sexual choices and...

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12 May, 2015

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South of the Border – Revisited.

South of the Border – Revisited.

Last Friday, the 17th April, 2015, the hubby and I found ourselves back in South London, at the wonderful ADE Photographers and Printers there in thee Indoor Market in Rye Lane, Peckham.

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25 Mar, 2015

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Primary Bowling Us Over

Primary Bowling Us Over

   

23 Mar, 2015

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Welcome

Welcome

Habari gani?  How are you doing out there?  I hope you’re all doing well.  I’m DJ Mama Love – da Shady Lady.  I live in London, UK.  On the whole, it’s a pretty cool place, I suppose. Through this site I’ll try to show you my various journeys through this strange and wondrous city, and other places, things that I find interesting.  I find a lot of things interesting so this will be a very eclectic journey !  I...

20 Mar, 2015

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African Love

African Love

“To know yourself is to love yourself.”  “If you don’t love yourself, then how can you truly love others?”  Statements like this offend a lot of people.  I can’t understand why as they make perfect sense to me.  If you don’t know and understand yourself, can you expect anyone else to know and understand you?  How can you know and understand or even empathise with another?  If you’ve never experienced joy, how could you understand when another expresses...

8 Oct, 2014

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Mission U.S. – The Flight to Freedom...

Mission U.S. – The Flight to Freedom

I came across a link on my Facebook timeline the other day that enraged me.  It was a trailer for a game called: The Slavery Game.  Thankfully, it was a hoax, but it made me do some thinking.  “Was this a singular entity?” “What was its purpose?” “Who was this made for and why?” I did a search and saw an interesting caption: “They Made a Video Game About Slavery, And It’s Actually Good“.  It was an article...

8 Oct, 2014

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South of The Border

South of The Border

The other day myself and the hubby took up an opportunity to get some pictures taken of my products by a wonderful friend in the community. I have to give props to the wonderful and delighful Dulaani of A.D.E. Photographers and Printers based in Peckham Rye, south London. The staff were welcoming and warm. The offices were cosy. It’s amazing what can be done with units these days. I was surprised by the amount of space they had...

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