I love the fact that as a lesbian couple, you get to talk about everything in your relationship because, you both females and you understand each other.
I won’t say my family is happy or sad about me being lesbian, they accepted me and they never gave me problems about my sexuality.
I live in Daveyton, with my grandmother, four aunts, five siblings, two uncles, and my mother.
However my mother is always away because of her work. I went to Intuthuko day care centre, and a year after I started school at Kuzimisela Primary School, from standard one until standard five.
I will also focus on I would like to go back to school, finish my IT course, graduate, and have a well paying job.
I would use the chance wisely so that I can benefit in future.
In 2012 I entered Mr and Mrs Lesbian Uthingo, Daveyton and I was the 1st prince.
In 2013 I entered Mr Lesbian Daveyton and I took a second prince position. I am not a lesbian by choice, it is because I am attracted to other women.
The true meaning of my identity means being a daughter to my mom and a sister to my brother. I was coming from the shops around 8pm, they hit me with a iron on my left knee, searched my pockets and took my new phone, before they left one of the guys said ”stabane ndini uzofa mawungazibhekanga” I was shocked and scared to tell my parents.
From that day I learnt to be very careful because bad luck has its ways to come.
Being part of Faces & Phases is a great experience.
I remember my friend took me to Zanele Muholi’s exhibition and I loved her work.
I felt like a star and I was happy to be given the opportunity because I love being a model.