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Published on: 04 March 2014 by in Relationships
‘Three doesn’t have to be a crowd’ by Guest Contributor Nubian Beauty

If I take a little bit of this May I have a little bit of that?   If she touches me here Surely I can touch you there?   And if you kiss her so Why would she tell me no?   If your moans are anything to go by Then I can’t help but […]

Published on: 03 March 2014 by in General Issues
Walking the Tight Rope: An African LGBTI Anthology

Call for Submissions in Prose and Photography Thanks to the high interest in the new African LGBTI Anthology and the engaging poems we received in our original call for submissions in poetry, we’ve decided to expand the focus of the anthology to include prose – more specifically short fiction and short (creative) lyric essays – […]

Published on: 02 March 2014 by in Lover of Her Sole, Series

“How did you find me?” Pomaa winced as Akoto dabbed her left eye with a cold, wet cloth. He whispered soothing apologies as he cleaned her wounds. “It was Freddie who actually found you,” he admitted. “He ran to get  me when he saw your car at the Children’s Playground.” Akoto frowned and gently took […]

Published on: 25 February 2014 by in Lover of Her Sole, Series

*Note: This next post has been written to the precise specifications that Abena Y set forth. I don’t like trouble!   The concrete floor grated like sandpaper beneath her feet. *Shhhh, shhhh, shhhh!* Every step was like a rebuke – a command to keep silent. In the gloom of the vast and barren pavilion there […]

Published on: 24 February 2014 by in Heterosexual, Relationships
‘I wanted to fuck him like he was a woman’ by Guest Contributor Lois Lagos

No don’t let this title confuse you. I’m not saying that women are the weaker sex in fact that’s the last thing I’m trying to say but I just wanted to clarify before I continue. I’ve never had a lesbian experience although I have been approached by women on more occasions than I care to […]

Published on: 22 February 2014 by in Lover of Her Sole, Series

So these were to be the instruments of her torture. Six inch cloth strips. A flat wooden spatula. A bubbling pot of molten wax – all waiting to do the bidding of the grim faced Jamaican woman clothed in a white lab coat. In a few minutes – fewer if she was lucky – the […]

Published on: 20 February 2014 by in Lesbian

I never came with you So I’m gonna go You never waved in the way you moved even when I showed you how to sway your waist your hands were upset that I asked for fast While you crushed my breast and thrust hard till I bleed I was looking through the window She waved […]

Published on: 17 February 2014 by in Lover of Her Sole, Series
LOHS: Heel Me

  The entrance to the Amakom Children’s Park was a sad sight. The fence surrounding it had long fallen into disrepair, the ground was overrun with weeds and what were certainly once splendid shelters were reduced to ruins. It all seemed very ghostly, as though the souls of children who once played there and those […]

Published on: 15 February 2014 by in Creative Non Fiction

The sound of the key card entering the door woke Marissa from her light sleep. She had only laid back down moments before after ushering her girlfriend off to the airport for her 10 am flight. She kept her eyes closed and slowed her breathing down to simulate sleep. She could feel Ray’s presence enter […]

Published on: 13 February 2014 by in Relationships
‘Small Boys’ versus ‘Older Women’

Agyaakoo, one of our guest contributors sent me this image he took somewhere in Accra, Ghana. It gave me a good laugh, and I thought I would share it with you all. Malaka you see, the small boys are clearly listening to you.