HOLAA loves musicians: Meet Sanyu Hunter Nicolas

There is nothing like a cross Atlantic connection. As lovers of music and all things queer and colourful, HOLAA is always looking for something to share that’s wildly original and uncorrupted. Our journey led us to discover Sanyu Hunter Nicolas. An Afro-Queer artist based in New York City, Sanyu is out there making music, making […]
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Unfaded Memories

HOLAAfrica, HOLAA,
  By Lara Gemini Poet I saw your shadow downstairs and it waved good morning as my soul still fails to wave goodbye. It stood there, leaning against the same wall I had you on when we kissed to christen our new home. You said my lips were crusty and made me a cheese sandwich […]
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That ill fated night

By Abimbola This is a remembrance of an ill-fated night; a night of humiliation at the cold hands of law enforcement agents, a night never to be relived, a night of fear and abuse. My girlfriend and I had an argument a week before that night. She had called me up earlier and insisted we […]
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An Indian Holiday

By Tosin Otitoju I am starting to like it in India.  The local girls seem to have not a care in the world.  They skip-skip-skip in the shade of a tree.  They talk, with a lot of moving of hands and hips and eyes.  Now they are laughing.  I notice this girl.  Her stomach is […]
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Mind F**k

By ‘Women who sleep with women’ A few women tell they thought about during sex with their lovely female partners: ‘Sex’ ‘Am I pleasing my partner as much as they are pleasing me?’ ‘Terrible, terrible things.’ ‘She is screaming and moaning…wait…is she faking it?’ ‘What’s on the grocery list this month?’ ‘…*blank mind*…’
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Losing a Lover

By Pamstar Losing a lover is one of the hardest things I had to go through, being the 1st time it happened is just so draining and so hard. That is mainly the reason of my silence in the blog, hope you have not forgotten about it! It’s been a rough couple of weeks, my […]
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