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By ‘Bree’ Brought to you by the Guernica/PEN Flash Series. This piece is from Guernica/PEN Flash Series from a Nigerian writer they encountered while working on a report documenting the effects of Nigeria’s repressive anti-LGBT laws. The current situation is so threatening the writer requested they maintain her complete anonymity. A different version of this piece appeared in Blessed […]
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HOLAA Loves: A dialogue about how we experience sex of an eclectic electric nature (Storify and pictures)

HOLAA, HOLAAfrica, Posts, Queer, Africa, Ithongomusings, Photography, LGBTIQ, Queer Women of colour,
We brought together women of from Zimbabwe, Kenya and South Africa of different ages, relationship statuses and sexual orientations. We wont lie, sometimes we were kind of scared that things would get a little too lit. The conversation centred around how we learn about our sex, how the conversations we have in our youth affects our […]
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Hey You

By Nnenna Marcia I knew when I saw you across the lobby that I wanted to taste your pussy. How had I even missed you the whole three-day conference? I must have been a zombie. You shook my hand firmly, said ‘Hello’ in your gorgeous East African accent and I came to life. You held […]
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The need for relationship counselling services for those in African LGBTI community

By Kylie Kiunguyu Premarital counselling is a type of therapy that helps couples prepare for marriage. Premarital counselling can help ensure that you and your partner have a strong, healthy relationship, giving couples a better chance for a stable and satisfying marriage. It helps partners improve their ability to communicate, set realistic expectations for marriage and […]
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