Unusually forgetful. —Ella Carlander

Unusually forgetful. —Ella Carlander

Thahabu

I turned around to see how close he was to me: close enough. I’m not new to this so I quickly went through the motions in my head, any man that will leave his kids to follow me out of a park is the type of man who’ll get angry and hurt me if I don’t respond to him. So I stopped, and performed the routine I always do when men bother me on the street. I forced a smile and complied. Read More »

Marah

I will travel. It does not matter whether it happens legally or illegally. I know that my family needs me with them, but I also know I can help them better if I find the right opportunity abroad. I hate this war and I hate the death that surrounds us and takes away our beloveds, one after the other. Read More »