Written by Courtesy Pink News Tuesday, 27 November 2012 06:56
Country star Dolly Parton has dismissed rumours that she had been in a lesbian relationship with her childhood friend.The singer was speaking to ABC’s Nightline, she first began by explaining how her love life is reported. “I’ve been accused of being involved with every man I’m ever seen with or worked with,” she said. “Maybe I have, maybe I ain’t. I never tell if I have. But you know people always saying that.”
Written by Immah REID Thursday, 28 June 2012 10:32
I got home to find a letter that she wrote
Said she’s tired, am always on the road
She needs a lover somebody she can hold
She had been enough of a pillar
She can no longer be the love at home
Waiting for me and my bags to come
Clean us off the entire blemish we collect on the way
I swear I love her didn’t mean to hurt her
She must have told me a thousand times before
To try less gifts and wrap her in kisses
There is only so much warmth that the coats and perfumes can give
There isn’t much she can share on a ‘how was your day conversation’ on the phone
I know she deserves much than what I give
I forgot loving her was my main goal
Forgot I promised her a home with me and babies
Forgot she too had dreams to live
She should be the center of my world
But other passions seem to succeed
I cried on the short paragraphs
Knew then that nothing matters more than her
So I will be here
This time I will be the one waiting on you to come home
I will warm our bed until you find your way back
Hoping my deeds before will light your way
Show you that bedroom purple light that I will never turn off
If you are lost, look around for a purple illumination
That’s where I will be trying to fix your coffee
Wash away the cold of the world
Welcome you home where I shall always be waiting.
Written by Immah REID Monday, 07 May 2012 13:32
I remember it just like it was yesterday.
It was small and warm.
Kinda stuffy but mine
With a few puffy cushions I slept and lived
Away from sight, scrutiny, observation
On my own small world
Where me was just for me
Written by K8 Qamunde Monday, 23 April 2012 19:19
A Lesbian Couple that Committed Suicide, April, 2012, Kisumu-Kenya
Where is justice?
For these who are correctively raped
If only they could conform to what society requires?
7th April, 7.34pm
I’ve begun my Easter Holiday
I receive a disturbing call
Information from a friend
Informing me that we had lost the lives of
Two women, a lesbian couple
That has been dating for
The last many years
For innocent souls that
Seek and pursue true love
In the sweet confines of their closets
Until a snoop gang gets suspicious
Why two women in their forties
Have never been married
Neither do they have children
They have lived together
For the longest time they’ve known
Neighbors recognized them as
Their families had no idea
That the arrangement was more than
A crime that took away
The lives of their loved ones occurred
These two women
None of us really got to know
But heard about
From their close friends
Who lived and worked in
Where is justice?
For families that have lost
Where’s justice for
Hard working Kenyans
Who did nothing wrong but
Love one another
We feel for
Not managing to intervene
For you having not been part of any
For quietly minding your business
While criminals now on the loose
Invaded your privacy and
Made your lives and love their priority?
Were they not Kenyans?
Were they not human?
Weren’t they taxpayers?
Was their skin color purple?
Did they deserve
To have their lives cut short
For being women lovers?
Made me admit
That this battle is far from over
It will not be without a fight
It will not happen without bloodshed
Rising in strength to defend those who
Are one with their closets
The Pauline’s and Jacqueline’s of Kenya
Will raise a lot of suspicion
Will save a life
While others are silently destroyed
Where is justice?
Do we have to conform?
For the hand of justice
To take shape?
Rest In Peace
In Eternal Peace
Written by Admin Friday, 13 April 2012 12:24
She is bold, she is bright, she is beautiful and she is taking Angola by storm. Not bad for a transsexual in a Catholic African country where homosexuality is illegal and punishable by hard labour.
Born in Luanda as Teca Miguel Garcia, singer and dancer Titica adopted her female persona four years ago following a breast enhancement operation in Brazil.
Now, at 25, Titica is the new face of Angola's unique urban rap-techno fusion music style known as "kuduro".
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