How do we think about and use hands and the mouth as tools of sexuality, in the sense of performativity? This is the question that envelopes the work that is presented here. Often we focus our experiences as beings through sight as a sense, neglecting the fact that we have five senses. I draw attention to this because, sight is often our mode of comprehension. Even though sexuality crosses the borders of our five senses, because it has a lot to do with desire and affect. More so, social constructs and institutions regulate our experiences of sexuality.

Thobile Ndimande an ok'banji child. A thinker, writer and creative. One of the Beautiful Ones. A member of Lephephe Print Gatherings. Gender Justice Advoc at the Wits GEO. An African Literature student.