Tag: feminism

Courageous Leadership

The other day our General Manager  (I am not sure if she would want me to name her) carried a bouquet of flowers through the office. As I do, I said, “I have never seen any man in the company ever given flowers”. That… Continue Reading “Courageous Leadership”

The reconciliation of the genders

I have been deliberately quiet here for a long time. I needed to stop and to listen. I heard a whisper, the faint sound of change. The faint sound of resolution. And when I was silent, then I heard it. It was there, it… Continue Reading “The reconciliation of the genders”

Have a ‘good’ day

I have struggled with this post for a very long time. You see the more I discuss issues around masculinity, the more I read, write and listen. The more I  observe the feminist movement. Whether it be racism, sexism, oppression, political ideal, religion or… Continue Reading “Have a ‘good’ day”

You’re not really innocent …

Guante is one of my favourite spoken word poets. This is an excerpt: Moving Train She doesn’t say it but I see it in her movements A gentle hesitance whenever we’re in tune with The rhythm of each other’s music, it must be She… Continue Reading “You’re not really innocent …”

“We think too much and feel too little …”

I really do try hard to see the good in everyone. I have to believe it to be true but as I watch the accusations being thrown around gender issues and how people seem to need to find someone to blame, someone to punish,… Continue Reading ““We think too much and feel too little …””