We think there is a serious lack of relevant and useful information about the sexuality of African women. This blog is a space for African women to share tips, experiences and more...
Published on: 10 April 2018 by in Fiction
God is in control

What would sex be like if we were never taught that our bodies are dirty and sinful? What would it be like to make love if you believed my body was pure and full of light, and I was convinced that yours was just as sacrosanct? You showed me; that night in Dakar. Remember? It […]

Published on: 02 April 2018 by in General Issues
When Did You First Feel Safe With Sexual Exploration?

There is a common thread that runs across African cultures; particularly those that share inherited (or imposed) values from Victorian colonizers. That thread is that we are taught to suppress, ignore and abhor sexual desires or curiosity. Puritanical culture put further limitations on that curiosity by teaching us that nudity is shameful and something that […]

Published on: 26 March 2018 by in Heterosexual
Have you noticed an increase in women choosing childbirth over marriage?

Hey, Adventurers! There is a question that has been puzzling me for a week or more, and I can think of no better place to find answers than right here. I’ll be asking you all to put on your Mma Ramotswe power-of-observation-caps, grab a cup of red bush tea and help come to the bottom […]

Published on: 19 March 2018 by in Creative Non Fiction
Visual Prompt: By Invitation Only

Say it with me: “Awwww!!!” “Noooo!!!!” “Why??!?!” “So soon???” This is it, Adventurers! This is the end of our visual journey through erotic space and time. We hope you’ve enjoyed it. But though this is the last image in our arsenal, that doesn’t mean that the fun has to stop here! The submissions been amazing […]

Published on: 11 March 2018 by in General Issues

Okay, ma pipos, listen to dis. I was reading an article on jezebel.com. It was written in 2012 but for some reason I only just discovered it. It was by this man who basically wanted to share his thoughts on ‘facials.’ For those of us who don’t know, this is basically when during sex, at […]

Published on: 09 March 2018 by in Erotica, Fiction, Heterosexual, Orgasms, Relationships
Come to Mama

  I wish I could say I noticed him the minute I saw him, but that would be a lie. I’m often a dumbass, head stuck in the clouds of my career and life and money, money, money, that for the three years after we’d spilled coffee down ourselves, we were just friends. In hindsight, […]

Published on: 04 March 2018 by in Creative Non Fiction
‘My Igbo spice’ by guest contributor Efua

I doubt I’d had that much sex in my life. I doubt I know myself fully. I cried a couple of times with my ex. I cried through those moments of intense whatever it is I thought I was feeling. The feelings were often preceded by a flush of heat that rose from my chest […]

Published on: 25 February 2018 by in Lesbian
‘Finding my dom’ by guest contributor Gia

“Women and men; we still bleed red but we treat the other as inferior beings…”  I looked up in time to watch her speak her closing remarks with indomitable confidence. She spoke about equity with so much passion. All my life I always thought equity and equality were the same thing, but we learn something […]

Published on: 22 February 2018 by in Fiction
‘An afternoon with a body anatomy connoisseur’ by guest contributor Enyonyoozi

It was late when he first messaged me online. I was drunk and horny, and his tweets were clever. A girl can only take so much. He was funny in the messages too. Not hilarious, but witty in a way that made you chuckle at every message. We hit it off in an instant and […]

Published on: 19 February 2018 by in Creative Non Fiction
‘A fat girl’s journey towards intimacy and self-acceptance’ by guest contributor Lyn

“Babe, I hope you’re going to stay over tonight”. Under normal circumstances, a girl should be thrilled when her new(-ish) man makes such a request. It shows that he wants you, and wants to spend hours holding you in his arms…Or so the movies tell us. “Oh…”, I suddenly develop a stutter, “w-w-well, I didn’t […]