COVID-19: Home remedies for abortions?

Note: A lot of women have been contacting the author for advice on how to do home remedies, or where to access abortion services during this social distancing period. The article was written to attract women who are searching for home remedies, and interested in learning more about this very safe, and legal service. No […]

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What does an abortion in Guyana look like?

This. This is what most abortions look like. 5 pills. That’s all. How is it done?  Abortions are legal in Guyana and safe once done by a trained doctor. Most abortions are done within the first 8 weeks of pregnancy. An ultrasound is done to ascertain the gestational term of the pregnancy; this helps the […]

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PROTECT YOUR MENTAL HEALTH!

Time and time again, I’ve seen people write on social media that social media is bad for you – bad for your mental health.  Social media being the social platforms that connect us to one another: Our trusted companion, Facebook; our diary, Twitter; and our best friend, Instagram. For the purpose of this piece, when […]

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“You’re not stuck at home, you’re safe at home”

I’m joining the “You’re not stuck at home, you’re safe at home” bandwagon because guess what, IT’S THE DAMN TRUTH! COVID-19 is here, we didn’t ask or plan for it, but it is here and we must ensure that we play our part in protecting ourselves and those around us.  For the introverts and stay […]

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Beautiful Chaotic Mess

Becoming a mom has been an overly emotional ride for me. From being excited, to nervous and now sheer happiness. My baby is 2 years and 2 months old, and over these two years I’ve learned so much while nurturing and caring for her. There is no perfect way to be a perfect mom, but […]

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Gay, Bi? Dafaq am I?

Let me begin this by saying, I’m gay. Confidently gay! I’ve always known this ever since I was a child, despite me never having a name for it other than knowing I’m “girly”. This was not what I called myself, I only knew this because schoolmates described me as such.  Yea, I was girly. I […]

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What can we as Guyanese predict for 2018?

2018 is upon us and this is the time of year where we sit and think about what the new year has in store for us. More money? Happier family, better job? Greener public buildings? GTT has been asking me since November what will I do with a million dollars, and upon their suggestions I […]

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Introducing Thursday Night Live

Thursday Nights will never be the same again, MAGLyfe did promise you the oomph and pomp in entertainment and lifestyle and with this we introduce our first entertainment project, Thursday Night Live. With projects partner Perspectives Premier and Chez John – a new local bistro label – we are set to present Thursday evenings like […]

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When You Say Decriminalize, What Do You Even Mean?

What does decriminalizing same-sex intimacy really mean in Guyana? The question above is the finish line; let’s begin this conversation at the starter block. What is same-sex intimacy? Intimacy is often described as closeness, attachment, connection between two people; it can also mean sexual relations between two people. Same-sex intimacy is, as the term connotes, […]

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