BALOBESHAYI

African Women Voices

Facebook Flexibility

It’s detestable the way Facebook profiles force people to make a choice and reveal their personal information. But the most annoying part is to have to identify a place where you were born, a place you belong to. What if one decided not to belong to anywhere and everywhere at the same time? If you have checked the alternative to a town, a city, a country on Facebook is “I don’t have a hometown.” That’s psychological terrorism that wants to lead people to think “That’s crazy, of course I do have a hometown.” My stake on this? As people who have decided not to reveal their sexuality, we all are free not to be associated to any place in particular and say “The Whole World Is Our Home!

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This entry was posted on 7 April 2014 by in Comment, Ethnic Minorities and tagged , , .

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