Ten Confessions of a Demisexual

demisexual, HOLAAfrica, African sexualities
By ‘Aimee’ Demisexuality: A person who does not experience sexual attraction until they form a strong emotional connection with someone, often in a romantic relationship. Confession #1: I can’t hold legitimate conversations with my friends about relationships and sex because they just aren’t the same for me. Confession #2: My involuntary celibacy is a side effect of my […]
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HOLAA loves: Hope and Cathy

HOLAAfrica, HOLAA, Black women, LGBTIQ, Africa, LGBT Africa
Sometimes we are nosy and want a peek into the relationships and lives of others. So we asked Hope and Cathy about their interesting relationship after we stumbled on it online. They had this to say about this love and relationship: My girlfriend and I have been together for the last 20 months, after we met […]
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Decolonizing queerness: Reflections on the Queer African Revolution

HOLAA, IDAHOT, LGBT Africa, Lesotho
By Gabriel Hoosain Khan This is a long reflection on decolonizing ‪‎queer ‪activism in ‪Africa. I was lucky to spend quite a bit of time at the 2016 Pan Africa Regional LGBTI Conference for Joburg, ‪(#‎PAI2016) conference hosted by Pan Africa ‪ILGA and ‪Iranti Org. Congratulations to the parties for putting it together because it was so amazing to connect with activist and organisations from […]
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