HOLAA Loves: Talking being Black, African, female and queer on The Daily Maverick Show with Kingsley Kipury and Maneo Refileo Mohale

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We got to jump onto The Daily Maverick Show speaking about being an African Queer Woman in this day and age. Of course Maneo Refileo Mohale came and formed part of the squad. We spoke identity, speaking to the community, being able to find yourself and just generally jamming life. And we got to speak […]
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Confessions of a sub

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By Tshegofatso Senne So a little over two years ago I discovered BDSM. Ha. I had spent years contemplating that little corner of my mind that was always curious about these white women in spandex and leather who wielded crops and whips and had men tied up on the walls of a dark dungeon. I […]
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Branches of light stretch across plains

HOLAA, African sexualities, ithongomusings, revolution, poetry
By Mariam Likimani-De Cock Branches of light stretch across plains Cracked and void of usual intimacy Light filters through the cracks Creates a glow around the emptiness Then spreads through it like music through deserted halls Darkness rushes through Engulfing the light Silencing the music Voices echo through the desolate plains Voices dripping with disapproval […]
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