makuhwa haazodi murume


means a man should refrain from gossiping and spreading rumors. This Shona expression stems from a cultural perspective wherein it's widely acceptable for women to spill the tea as much as they like. But for men, people will look at you sideways if you spend your time heavily engaged in people's gwans. But if you are gay you will get a pass—it's fine. It's not a big deal if that happens to be the case.

The unordered list below consists of other variants that mean the same thing, yep:
  • makuhwa haazode murume
  • guhwa harizodi (or harizode) murume
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