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REGISTER ON DOCSONLINE TO ACCESS FULL FILM FOR FREE https://goo.gl/v7v1Bv This Scene is taken from the documentary SACRED WATER, which is available on DocsOnline. Experts confirm that 70% of women do not achieve orgasm from vaginal penetration alone. To help them achieve sexual satisfaction, the documentary SACRED WATER teaches both men and women about an african ancestral practice, known as “kunyaza” that induces orgasm through penetration. Kunyaza” is said to be so effective that most women do not only experience multiple orgasms but also ejaculation The film premiered in 2017 at Doc Leipzig (Leipzig, Germany) and received much praise for its truly candid portrayal of this sexual phenomenon. Register above to receive full access to the film and more...
When you live in a "white, christian, cis-heteropatriarchal" hellhole for women like African and Islamic societies, you always gotta have your Judo on point!
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1. Janvier Hadi (Benediction) 3:26:17 2. Gasore Hategeka (Benediction) 3:26:53 3. Joseph Biziyaremye (Cine Elmay) 3:28:21 4. Abraham Ruhumuriza (CCA) 3:28:21 5. Mathieu Twizerane (CCA) 3:28 23 6. JP Rene Ukiniwabo (Amis Sportifs) 3:28:23 Janvier Hadi, riding for Benediction cycling club, clocked 3 hour 19 minutes and 20 second to win the ‘Race for Culture’ yesterday from Nyamagabe to Nyanza, which covered a total distance of 119,6km. The 25-year old sprint master orchestrated a sole breakaway from Cyitabi and increased his lead from 30 seconds as he entered Huye and stretched it to a two-minute lead in Nyanza. He later led the race to four minutes and 20 seconds at the end of the 14 laps but his teammate, Gasore Hategeka reduced the gap to 32 second at the end of the race. Seventeen-y...
Rwanda Day San Francisco was dubbed "Rwanda Cultural Day" as part of showcasing and celebrating Rwanda's rich culture and tradition. However, modern music was not not ignored. This video shows you performances from Meddy, King James, Alpha Rwirangira and Teta Diana.
In the land of thousand hills sound and dance are at the rendezvous of the people whose history falls into their memories, a unique rhythm, songs, dances, culture finds its place in their hearts, healing wounds of loneliness, rage of conflicts, the horror of that night of killings; the Rwandan traditional music, a legacy, a mixture of the tone of words, rhythm, Consistency between a language and people. Claude Gilbert KAMBA
As Miss heritage Rwanda 2016 prepares for Miss Heritage Global 2017, that will take place at Gallagher Estate, in Midrand, Johannesburg in South Africa, here is a documentary we did with her that reflect the rich culture and heritage of Rwanda. Take a look and share,.... "Miss Heritage gives a glimpse into the wondrous heritage of Rwanda" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpVjx6zkJRo Created by IGIHE
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Rwandans living in the United States are celebrating their country's unique culture. Different traditions, including dancing and baby-naming ceremonies have been portrayed on stage. The event aims to unify Rwandans after the genocide two decades ago. Leslie Mirungu has more.