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"Tunbi"

by Chikodili Emelumadu

Tunbi plucks the hair in my armpit and I nearly expire from pleasure. Each plucked hair resonates in the tips of my toes which curl, digging into the unyielding floor tiles. The ceiling fan spins, the gilded blades a golden blur. “Just a few more,” says Tunbi. Pluck, pluck. I feel a trickle of urine […]Read More...

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