Columns 22.3.2017 12:39 pm

Can you imagine how the Spur bully spoke to his nanny?

Men like this don’t exist in a vacuum. They’re created by our culture, and it’s nothing to be proud of.

What transpired at Spur on Human Rights Day only touches the surface of the kind of abuse black women and children have to endure at the hands of merciless masculinity – and yes, it also has to do with race.

Can you imagine how the Spur bully spoke to his nanny?
Can you imagine how the Spur bully spoke to his nanny?

Can you imagine how the Spur bully spoke to his nanny?

Men like this don’t exist in a vacuum. They’re created by our culture, and it’s nothing to be proud of.

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