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Published on: 07 October 2013 by in Creative Non Fiction, Gran, Heterosexual, Relationships
A dream come true
Monday, October 7th, 2013

*I sneaked into Yaw Obeng's room at sunset. I knew that no one would be expecting me home for a couple of hours because I usually spent some time by the riverside every evening just to clear my head. I also knew that there would be no one in his hut at that time of the day. He lived alone although his younger sister came to help him sweep the hut and clean it from time to time. I had prepared for whatever would ensue. I had wrapped myself ...  [Read more]

Published on: 27 September 2013 by in Creative Non Fiction, Gran, Heterosexual, Relationships
Love brewed in an African Pot
Friday, September 27th, 2013

*Yaw Obeng was the one man that I loved with the whole of my being. There were times that I was tempted to feel that he was the only man I would ever love in that way. But, you know what I always tell you? Never give a man the whole of your being to the extent that you stop having hope in life when he leaves you. You must always be strong enough to move on when a relationship is not working out. As we say in our language 'esuro aware gyae a, ...  [Read more]

Published on: 23 September 2013 by in Heterosexual, Lesbian
What it means to be bisexual
Monday, September 23rd, 2013

  Happy Bisexuality Day to everyone! I decided to do this blog post about being bisexual since today is the day that our sexual orientation is being celebrated around the world. I knew that I liked girls from the time that I was 4. I don't have a lot of memories about my childhood because I think I blocked most of them out after I was molested by my uncle. However, one of the few memories I have is of me having these childish yet ...  [Read more]

Published on: 09 September 2013 by in Creative Non Fiction, Gran, Heterosexual, Relationships, Series
And after the kiss…
Monday, September 9th, 2013

  Chapter 3 of The Woman Who Married 6½  men As I stood there watching Esi Atta & Mister Smith(the white catechist & headmaster) passionately kissing, I began to plot my escape. I stepped gingerly on a pile of palm fronds that someone had cut and left on my grandmother’s farm. It made a squishing noise but the two people were too busy sucking each other’s tongues to notice. And that was how I gently retreated, out ...  [Read more]

Published on: 31 August 2013 by in Creative Non Fiction, Gran, Heterosexual, Relationships
We did not use to kiss
Saturday, August 31st, 2013

    Chapter 2 of The Woman who Married Six and a Half Men Series The first time I saw a man and woman kissing, I was utterly terrified.  I gazed upon them with trepidation as they kissed passionately behind the plantain tree in the farm that was next to my grandmother’s farm. They could not see me watching them kiss because I myself was obscured by a vibrantly green plantain tree. It was the rainy season and so all the ...  [Read more]

Published on: 20 July 2013 by in Creative Non Fiction, Heterosexual
50 Shades of Black
Saturday, July 20th, 2013

When I met Tony, I never thought that our relationship would take the deliciously dark twist it later took. I’ve always loved good boys. The quickest way a man can get to my heart is by demonstrating how kind, loving and considerate he is. Tony fit the profile of the type of man I usually went in for. We met when we were both representing clients in a matter. I drove from my office with my client to meet him. He was working for a legal aid ...  [Read more]

Published on: 05 July 2013 by in Heterosexual, Relationships
‘Three is a party…’ says Guest Contributor Zanze Rose
Friday, July 5th, 2013

I thrust into my wife one more time and felt her muscles tightening and spasming as she came the second time that afternoon. Her knees gave out underneath her and as she lay there flat on her tummy, skin glistening with the light sheen, muscles twitching, I could see the pink of her pussy clenching. My cock throbbed longing to return to the warmth of what I’d be missing for the next twelve months … but I couldn’t, not yet. I had a plan and ...  [Read more]

Published on: 25 May 2013 by in General Issues, Heterosexual
Saturday, May 25th, 2013

...is what I said to my bestie as we were having another one of our transcontinental Skype conversations.  The thought had never dawned on me before, but in that moment it made perfect sense!  But let me backtrack and tell you how I arrived at that hypothesis..... My friend  (lets call her Akosua) has had a run of guys who are down with going down (the lucky thing, I'm not in the least bit jealous I swear :) I don't just mean they're happy ...  [Read more]

Published on: 28 April 2013 by in Creative Non Fiction, General Issues, Heterosexual, Relationships
I know my rights
Sunday, April 28th, 2013

Dear Kwasi, Anytime that I want to leave you I hear my mother’s voice say “I know you’re a lawyer but make sure you don’t become one of those I-know-my-rights-women. Aboa pete dze ne kwasia pe nyinkyer”. You see, baby, I don’t want to become one of those I-know-my-rights-women.  I don’t want to be a ‘liberated woman’ who refuses to submit to the Eurocentric standard of beauty and so walks around in styles she claims are ...  [Read more]

Friday, April 26th, 2013

For the past couple of weeks, I have been asking my friends that particular question during our conversations about sex. Now, when I ask that question I’m not talking about the act of sex in general. I am talking about triggers, the things that tip a person over the edge—you know, what me and my most-recent ex used to call the ‘Fiiiiniiish Himmmm!’ moves”. (Yes, you have to say it in the Mortal Kombat voice.) I mean, I think there ...  [Read more]

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