HOLAA is a Pan-Africanist queer womanist collective that deals with African female sexuality on a grand scale.LATEST HOLAA! POSTS Lesotho IDAHOT 2016: Faces & Voices Thank you so much to Leila Hall for reporting and to Meri Hyöky for the incredible photos. On Saturday May 21, The People’s Matrix Association successfully held their fourth annual public march... Secret submission: Don’t make my mistakes ( On love lost and regret) By Anonymous This is my story. I’m posting this to purge but I also hope it helps someone out there not repeat the mistakes I made. I don’t believe... Rape games and revenge porn: How the digital space has become unsafe for women By Kagure Mugo My laptop is suffering a serious case of the pop ups and as a result I have the most random things appearing on my screen. What... Billboard campaign encourages LGBTI visibility in Lesotho By Leila Hall A bold new set of billboards has appeared on the streets of Maseru, Lesotho. Against the multi-coloured backdrop of the LGBTI rainbow flag, the faces of... Duplicity pt. IV: The Roll (when it’s all over) By Ali D. Collins Cindy continues to stare into my watery eyes as her soft hands cuff my face, “Babe, where is all this coming from?” “I haven’t been 100%... Call for Contributions – African Queer Women’s Artistic Journal HOLAA! is collecting stories and thoughts for an ‘artistic journal’ by African Queer Women. This edition will be hosted on Q-Zine and other platforms. The theme will be ‘Emergence’... To be taxed for the luxury of bleeding all over yourself By Kagure Mugo A few weeks ago, the city of Chicago abolished the tampon tax so that women would no longer have to pay extra for the pleasure of... Olodo It was easier to get her naked than I expected. We saw a late movie and decided to share a cab because it was dark. I lived closer to... EVER HAD A SECRET YOU WANTED TO TELL BUT DIDN'T HAVE THE GUTS TO DO IT?TELL IT TO US!