Letter to my ex

By X In a moment of uncertainty, some things can become so clear… I suppose this is when I should stop calling you to bother you with small, meaningless talk. That maybe I should be reading your unspoken words and put it together that what I had thought we were, no longer is. I would have […]
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Linda

HOLAAfrica, African LGBTI, Queer Women, Love, Erotica
By Milian Miles The entire trip home I fantasized about my warm sheets and the comfort that darkness would bring when closing in on my thoughts. It had been a long day at work; dealing with disgruntled clients and overbearing bosses. I was spent.  I was barely getting through my days and I started to […]
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She, me and her

By Sibusiso Malunga She, me and her She walked to me as beautiful as ever Held my hand with a promise I felt through her touch It was real for me, magic Her eyes made promises I only interpreted as heaven I kissed her lips and I felt my lips call hers ‘home’ She paralyzed […]
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She, me and her

By Sibusiso Malunga She, me and her She walked to me as beautiful as ever Held my hand with a promise I felt through her touch It was real for me, magic Her eyes made promises I only interpreted as heaven I kissed her lips and I felt my lips call hers ‘home’ She paralyzed […]
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She keeps me warm

Love, Poetry, HOLAAfrica
By Atieno Sylvia Fingers interlocked with mine, Heart seemed to breathe out a sigh. I doubt I’d ever been this happy before. Few words spoken, But our hearts beat as one. I turn to look at the one I want to spend a lifetime with. My love. My life. *leave a comment on the post, […]
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The Break Up

By anonymous We broke up, according to me two months ago and I think according to her a month ago. It’s not that I stopped loving her, she reminded me of foggy winter mornings. I needed someone who would remind me of gorgeous summer sunrises. It’s not that I didn’t love her, it’s just I […]
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Journal d’une Ghanéenne Queer : une découverte de soi et de l’amour [Diary of a Queer Ghanaian : finding myself and love]

African Sexualities, African Queer Women, LGBTI
par BOATENG BOATENG (traduction par Homosenegalensis) J’ai grandi sans jamais vraiment me poser de question sur la sexualité. Petite, j’étais assez potelée et quelque chose me dit que si j’avais été exposée à ma sexualité plus tôt, je ne me serais jamais laissée aller de la sorte. Voyez-vous, je suis la seule fille de la famille, […]
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Seduction

By Fran She asks me to stand up, stand right in front of her. She tells me to undo my pants and lower them. I hesitate. This is not what I signed up for. She asks me again as her eyes dance with childlike curiosity. I oblige. She watches me silently as I fiddle with […]
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