Wednesday, February 16, 2011


I’ve stumbled upon a few pictures and I am disturbed. You know how college can be exciting and people tend to experiment and stuff. Think Hollywood college movies. It astounds me how Ugandans my age try very hard to replicate whatever they see on their TV screens, in this case I mean straight girls dabbling in lesbianism. A couple of people I know are starting to get into the whole ‘I kissed a girl’ craze, Ugandan girls. I do not want to be misunderstood, I do not mean to contradict myself in saying lesbianism is an American thing or is not Ugandan, I’m trying to say straight girls dabbling in lesbianism is an American-college thing. I blame Hollywood, and I blame that hypocritical b**ch Katy Perry.

The scenario of straight girls making out at parties for the sake of mimicking pop culture puts me off because I feel it only serves to satisfy the fantasies of sleazy straight boys. If you’re not lesbian, do not kiss a girl! Period!!! I would find it equally off-putting if it was straight guys doing it instead for the females’ enjoyment. Plus it really does nothing for our cause. Seriously, what do these girls think it’s doing for them, making them look edgy? It should be no different from people misusing Prozac. It has somewhat become trendy for people, mostly in the first world, to say they’re on Prozac…what does that say to people that are actually using the drug for real treatment. (For the over-thinkers, no, I’m not equating lesbianism to depression. Try getting the drift.) I’m pretty sure they wouldn’t even kiss in private; I bet it’s all for pleasing the men…way to go, sending the feminist movement twenty years behind. Straight men will never lock lips however much their female friends beg. These women!...and then they’ll come crying to us, the ‘gay best friends’ when the men tell them to stay in the kitchen and stick to what they do best.

It seems kind of arrogant to me for someone to deliberately immerse himself or herself in homosexual behavior just for fun or for laughs when at that very moment somewhere in a Johannesburg Township a woman is being stabbed or “correctively raped” for being the very thing they make a mockery of. Or perhaps it’s just the fact that I have a general dislike for straight boys these days…I mean, they over estimate their attractiveness, constantly think we’re out to get them, so anything that would make them sexually excited I seek to stomp out promptly. Next time I see straight girls make-out at a party, with testosterone pumping Neanderthals cheering on and watching in amazement, I’m throwing a shoe at their interlocked lips! Call me Jack Buzz-Kill.


  1. Not only beautifully written but I agree entirely...which even surprised me.

    Glad i stumbled upon this blog..yah

  2. I agree: I have lesbian friends so I constantly get straight men asking me to ask my friends if they can hook up with them. No, they don't want to make out with these lesbians to 'convert' them to being straight - they want to watch them making out. They think girl on girl sex is erotic. Funny thing is that these are Ugandan guys that think homosexuality is wrong, evil etc etc. Now go figure!

  3. YourFan fromtheStatesMarch 11, 2011 at 9:17 PM

    I absolutely adore your blogs, but while reading this one i really "haha'd". Personally, the topics or scenarios that you choose to delve into are nothing new, however it is the angle that you choose to approach them from that keeps me reading on. i have to confess also that i, like the girls you describe in the blog, have entertained thoughts of experimenting (i only mean kissing here; nothing more) with other girls for the sake of exciting straight guys. i'd never thought of it in the way you describe it in the blog. i can now say that i have been humbled. thank you!