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ARE WE PLASTERING OVER SOCIAL ILLS

Growing up, it was not uncommon to hear the phrase “men are dogs” – often used by many of my matriarch during those acute episodes of romantic relationships gone wrong. I never took it literally and neither did I apply my mind to what they were implying, until I suffered similar disappointment in my own relationships and the phrase assumed new meaning. I began to appreciate its reference (rightfully or not) to men’s propensity for multiple relationships and men seemed to understand it similarly, and life went on. But what if I called a man a dog in 2018?

Bongi Ndondo

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