Selma Ndasilohenda Iyambo Just like you wouldn’t want people to call you a name that is not yours, don’t call others by the wrong pronoun. Simple! We are living in the 21st century yet people still want to assume individuals’ genders based on their physical appearances. We were sitting in a restaurant at Johannesburg Airport with a colleague when a vibrant young woman decided to misgender my colleague. “Good morning,… Keep Reading
Do you find it insulting to be called a woman?
– Article taken from our partners at Blog4SDG’s I am Georges, I was called “Lady” and I am going to tell you what happened inside my head. On March 8th 2021, I went out for a ride with my Suzuki motorbike as I like to do when I have some free time. That day I took the direction of Katutura and wanted to visit the open air market. On my… Keep Reading
– Beatrice Schultz “I can’t concentrate in class because I worry about him: how he is, if he has eaten, if he is ok…” Books clutched to her chest, head down, walking through the corridors hoping not to be seen. The teachers don’t see her, her peers laugh and avoid her. Suddenly she has become a sign of shame in the school. Everyday is a challenge to make it to… Keep Reading