Do you remember that time when… You… err… you know? Pale paled for the first time?
The time when you made a decision on a subject our parents evade, our teachers ignore and our peers claim to know all about?
The time you decided, if, when, and with whom.
This is the one thing that one can’t do alone, okay. I’ve heard that sometimes in extremely difficult circumstances you can, but then that’s a whole different story…
Long ago our old fashioned elders designed a deliberate and clear system of initiating us to the important first sexual experience, but of course we ditched it.
So what have we replaced it with?
How was your first sexual experience, was it painstakingly planned in an exotic place, candle-lit dinner and intimate foreplay? Was it like mine, a kissing session gone haywire and you were shocked to realize you did it without your own consent?
Who was it you honoured, do you still remember their names? Okay, you are nice, you married him or her, but for those of us who aren’t sooooo nice, it was probably in a dingy estate corner playing cha kimama.
Kindly permit me to say this, we all love sex, we are all products of sex, infact seeing a person is also by wild extension seeing two people in the act!
Sex is the closest experience of heaven mankind has; it’s a very pleasurable act that routinely serves for procreation, as a bargaining chip or blackmail tool and also a weapon of mass discussion.
Who will tell our stories?
A forum has been designed especially for you to share without fear, or inhibitions, for you to tell it like it is. It’s a celebration of Kenyan stories, our stories. Its going to be wild, untamed.
After explosive story telling sessions and fiery mchongoanos Doreen Baingana a Ugandan writer, who won a Commonwealth Prize for her book, TROPICAL FISH will be questioned by different facilitators. The stories explore three sisters’ discovery of themselves as girls turning into women, confronting men, sex and all that jazz!
Storymoja invites you to yet another sizzling storytelling season this August, due to public demand, the theme of sex is back and you have a choice on the following 3 venues:
* On Saturday 24th of August we will be at vision place along thika road with Melissa Wainaina.
* On Sunday 25th @ 3 wheels restaurant Ngong rd with Simiyu Barasa
* The last one will be on Sunday the 31st August we will be at Tspot along Kstreet in town with Millie Dok
In all the sessions there will be an open mike session for all of us to take part in and share.
Register now for the open mic!
Entry is 100/=
Spread the word like bush fire, this will be your hottest storytelling experience yet.
Do not miss this second and last chance to air your view on this unspoken issue in our society.
Buy your tickets now! Confirm attendance
Please for any queries do not hesitate to contact Millie on
0720 722 991 OR
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com