Speak Out About Hiv + AIDS

In sub-Saharan Africa, women constitute 58 percent of all people living with HIV and AIDS. The Truth is if you aren’t infected with HIV/AIDS you are affected by it. HOLAA! is asking you to share your experiences and observations about LGBTQI women and HIV/AIDS in Africa. The rumour amongst Queer Women is that “all this […]
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I’m That Girl

By Metaphorical Pearl I’m that chick with the slow smile riding the shopping cart down the supermarket aisle, tipping things on the floor and leaving them in a pile. I’m that chick with her locks hanging loose whose friends can’t introduce to new people without first making some kind of excuse because they say I’m […]
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Once Upon A Time

By GayKindaLove At the peak of that luminous day The angry sun presented her discoveries to whoever dared to lend an ear Her nemesis was to be tormented to lifelessness, she anticipated. The sun finally uncovered the secrets of the dark, she boasted. Fruitlessly she spoke of how the night relied on the moon to […]
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Sensation…

By Christie FossilSoul van Zyl Countless rounds of oscillating movement, yet different sensation… Manouvres that titillate the senses, leaving one defenseless; Now stripped naked to the core with nothing to hide, just the soul to expose… Lead to this state of no arsenal, by rhythmic passion, that starts at the warmth of tender lips, a […]
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Anonymous Love

by Nthabiseng Intsomi yothando lam My once upon a time story My story with no happily ever after the story that ends with tears and once believed to have gotten over fears I cried the pain away I converted the frowns to smiles or so I believed so I imagined and lived
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