Archive for May, 2014

Circumcising Africa…

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When Zimbabwe’s most famous poet and musician, Albert Nyathi, decided to get circumcised, everyone had an opinion.

For Albert, poetry has always come first, but now he acts as a local champion of voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC), hoping to inspire the men of his country — both sons and fathers alike — to undergo the procedure. When he was growing up, his father and uncle were polygamists, a characteristic of a much older society and one that flies in the face of a global HIV/AIDS epidemic.

Read the rest of my piece at HuffPo


What had I twaught…


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