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
What is a lesbian?By Kagure Mugo/@tiffmugo ‘What is lesbian now?’ With this phrase you feel the need to[...]0 comments
Love??By Flaverinas I am 31 years old and it has been difficult for me as[...]0 comments
A Look at LoveBy Nicole Love… I was introduced to it at the time of my birth.[...]0 comments
Being a sex worker means we are at war.By B What does being a sex worker mean in Zimbabwe? It means you are always in trouble[...]0 comments
Sex work in the Lesbian CommunityBy Ngochani I know what you are thinking, getting paid to sex some hot women…uh[...]1 comments
Life of a Transgender Sex workerBy Anon At over six-foot tall, with heels, and a body to rival any Hollywood[...]0 comments
Hidden LoveBy Priscilla My name is Priscilla. I grew up in a small town called Elliotdale.[...]0 comments
The Price of Loveby Ayanda If love was money how would you spend it? If love was a[...]0 comments