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Published on: 30 September 2015 by in Creative Non Fiction
‘Can I Live?’ says Guest Contributor Adyeeri

The feeling was good that night, breezy weather and music draped around a buzzing crowd, a beautiful end to the holiday. The man, let’s call him Dick, was not a stranger. He lived with a friend who had recently become a lover; I’ll call him Tom. Dick and I had met randomly a few days […]

Published on: 28 September 2015 by in General Issues

She reads the words that lights up  her phone screen, a poet’s rhyme composed. A window to his innermost thoughts, his hopes and dreams exposed. Of what he’d do if she were there, within his excited grasp. Of how he’d touch her, tease and please her make her moan and gasp. She reads it once; […]

Published on: 27 September 2015 by in Relationships
Divorce her

I told him let’s just go back to being friends. Maybe we can do some work together like we previously discussed. Me: When you end things with your wife holla. Him: Cool. I’m not sure how I feel about that. Or maybe I do. I wanted him to say, “It’s over. It really is. Last […]

Published on: 26 September 2015 by in Fiction
Blind folly

“You’ve used too much Dettol again.” Araba paused and stared at Eric suspiciously. He was sitting on the edge of the bed, his back to her, just as she had left him before she’d entered the shower. “Did you come into the bathroom and measure it while I wasn’t looking?” Eric softly laughed at the […]

Published on: 25 September 2015 by in Erotica

[To read part 1 of this story click here] “Follow me to the bathroom after the offering”, Joojo whispered to Mabel. She nodded in acquiescence and gently run her hands over the length of his member through his trousers. As she put her money in the collection bowl and headed outside through the side door, […]

Published on: 24 September 2015 by in General Issues

Do you remember? Do you remember the first time you saw the nakedness of a man? Or should I be asking how it felt like seeing the manhood of a perfect stranger that someway somehow you lived to believe you were in love with? It really is a typical drastic kind of awkwardness, if you […]

Published on: 23 September 2015 by in General Issues
Audio: Queer Vibrations at Chalewote 2015

As some of you may already know, we held a ‘Queer Vibrations’ panel at the 2015 edition of Chalewote. Nana Akosua Hanson, Ama Agyeman,  Rafeeat Aliyu, and I read various stories and articles with Paula Akugizibwe, doing some fantastic moderation. Elsa M’bala a sound artist, and one of the artists who participated in Chalewote was […]

Published on: 11 September 2015 by in General Issues
I want you to tell me about your sex lives

Hi Adventurers, I’m really excited to tell you about my current book project which is going to be about the sex lives of African women in all our diversities. For this, I am interviewing African women from all over the continent and the Diaspora. I want to know EVERYTHING so I am really hoping you […]

Published on: 07 September 2015 by in Heterosexual
Guest Contributor Misfit Genius: ‘In Her Sacred Place’

Joojo sat at the back of the congregation. That was his usual place. Not that he came late, but he preferred to sit there so he could tweet and text. As he typed out a message he noticed a lady frantically searching for an available seat. She was late and didn’t want to draw a […]

Published on: 31 August 2015 by in Creative Non Fiction
Guest Contributor Dginia: ‘A Mind Fuck’

It begins with a chat. A stranger contacts you through a private message on social media. He tells you that he saw your work and that it touched him. You’re wary of unsolicited messages from men. They usually send you monosyllabic greetings or tell you to smile more. Some resort to blunt aggression when you […]