Stella Nyanzi Vs Immigration Department. Q&A.

At Entebbe Airport Immigration Check, the following took place. Tick tock. Immigration officer Immy: You, the loud woman in the African print. Who are you and where are you going? Where are you going? Nyanzi: I am thrusting my heaving African bosom to the Netherlands. So…

The Struggle of The Post-feminist Modern neoSexist

  In the podcast before the last, I was speaking with Ophelia Kemigisha and we were making jokes about cultural equalities, racism, sexism and stereotypes.   I offered up my patented sexist joke, which goes like this: How many women does it take to change a…

Bad Idea: Boney M Is Evil

I have not been blogging for a while. I’ve been busy, okay? Didn’t you know I was going to be a podcast producer next? And I have to learn how to talk on a mic. It’s not as easy as Siima makes it look. I shall…

What’s Wrong With The Best Restaurants

Restaurants and cafés reserve the right of admission. I am here today at this juncture to request nti please, help us, asst us, and reserve it a bit more please. There is this restaurant I go to in Kisementi with that coffee must be what finally…

Random Chaps vs Trump, The Heat, Egypt

I found Rudy and he said, as he usually does, “Eno mic.” So we went to the studio and made this episode of Random Chaps. Nine MBs, so don’t be scared. You can handle. We have a special guest who makes me even less eloquent than…

The 2016 Recap Podcast

Another podcast. You can stream it from here, or you can download it. The little arrow there in the corner is yours. Eleven MB only. Go ahead. Click and download. You can do this. Yeahhh.    

Random Chaps Vs Abryanz Fashion Show Awards

The most talknuts podcast in the post Bunyoro Kitara kingdom nations, during which Baz and his guest discuss the Abryanz Fashion Awards or what they were. Featuring Juliet Nyakato this episode. And on why Desire is the best Ugandan alive. It’s seven MBs. Handle.    

Cultural Privilege. More Us On What We Are Having

Cultural Privilege is like air. It is so everywhere that no one notices it. Until recently, human history didn’t know it existed. Air, that is, though, much of human history still doesn’t know privilege is there. Air was only discovered when an ancient Greek philosopher got…