The big pink elephant in the room is impotency and its importance in framing masculinity. The revelation of male infertility leads to deep shame, guilt, feelings of emasculation and anger that if not managed can deteriorate to a visceral violent act.
Peters had left Tambo intrigued with his suggestion of a visually impaired motorcyclist operating as boda boda taxi in Luanda. He decided to ask everyone he met that morning and their responses got him even more curious.
At 40, the single woman finds herself shopping for a mate in the 50 to 70 age bracket where all the men are either divorced or widowed.