HOLAA is a Pan-Africanist queer womanist collective that deals with African female sexuality on a grand scale.
We do this through encouraging and publishing written, audio and visual material by queer women, engaging in activism, knowledge production and awareness building.
All done through this lovely interweb-based hub right here.
This is a space where women of all sexualities can come together and engage with each other and the world.
We also use Web 2.0 technology to start discussions, disseminate information and re-write the narratives about what post-colonial Black Womanhood and African Feminism looks like and what it means to those who live it.
We want to have those conversations about sex, sexuality and the African female experience. Also, on every day ending in ‘day’, we spread love and happiness.
Latest HOLAA! posts
‘At least she did not hit me’*Trigger Warning: physical and emotional abuse* By It’s Easter Sunday and I’m not nestled into[...]0 comments
Dying momentsBy Selaelo ‘Sly’ / @SlyPod I’d be grateful for the day I accepted my attraction[...]0 comments
The diary of a queer Ghanian: Finding myself and loveBy Blue/ Annette Boateng Growing up, sexuality and issues related to it had never been a[...]0 comments
Stepping in a strip club: My first timeBy Naija Dyke/ @naijadyke About a week ago, I went to the strip club. Nothing[...]0 comments
The Day She Found Her VoiceBy Sakhile Mogale Belittlement and constant derisive jabs was all she knew. She saw it[...]0 comments
HOLAA Loves: Chubby Vogue DivasChubby Vogue Divas is the brain child of Charmain Carrol, a South African beauty and photographer.[...]2 comments
A Wilderness: pt IIBy Dzivaramazwi/ @dzivaramazwi Read Part I and Part III of this story. She was doing[...]0 comments
A Wilderness: pt IIIBy Dzivaramazwi/ @dzivaramazwi Read Part I and Part II of this story. ‘I always knew[...]1 comments