Guest Post – Miriam Mwihaki Ndirangu

October, yet another month of breast cancer awareness, marked in countries across the world with the aim of increasing attention and support for awareness, early diagnosis, and treatment as well as palliative care for women and men facing this disease. Statistics have it that in every 8 women, 1 will be diagnosed with breast cancer. … Continue reading Guest Post – Miriam Mwihaki Ndirangu

Guest Post – Shey Kibuchi

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness Month Being a woman your likes, dislikes and perspectives undoubtedly change over time—and, though we may not realize all the ways, so does our body. Understanding how the stages of your life affect you can help you understand how to adjust your wellness routine as you age. Likewise, it can … Continue reading Guest Post – Shey Kibuchi

Guest Post – The Warm Fruit

My Queer Kenyan Homecoming I hadn’t been back in ten years. I had spent the entirety of my twenties in America, and now here I was — a queer Kenyan girl with a foreign accent, a girl trying to remember how to properly roll her rs — going home for a few weeks. Would I fit in there? Did … Continue reading Guest Post – The Warm Fruit

Guest Post – Project AKILI

Love and Mental Health We have isolated conversations on mental health to when famous people die of suicide and even then, we rush through it and make sure to sweep the topic under the carpet as soon as possible. What has made mental illness such a taboo in our society? Why can’t we have PDV … Continue reading Guest Post – Project AKILI

Guest Post – Adelle Onyango

I dedicate this to anyone who has ever been hurt in the name of masculinity. I heard in a TED talk that these are the things that society define as what it means to be a man; Do not show fear or weakness; Demonstrate power and control especially over women; Aggression – Dominance; Protector; Do … Continue reading Guest Post – Adelle Onyango