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

*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 […]

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

  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 […]

Published on: 23 September 2013 by in Sex education, Sex Research
Feminists of Colour – call for submissions

As seen here: The #solidarityisforwhitewomen conversation about digital feminism and inclusion has made it clear that more publications need to create opportunities for feminists of colour to share their perspectives. To help create some of that much-needed, inclusive space, Roxane Gay will be curating work from feminists of colour (note that this does not limit gender), to […]

Published on: 22 September 2013 by in Relationships
What kraa does Nana Darkoa want? My response to Mike

“Nana you are an attractive woman with a decent life and a job with a salary? So why cant you decide what you want. Is it a husband, a regular man to give you what you want whatever that is, a regular shag or just a good fuck with whoever is available. maybe a baby. […]

Published on: 19 September 2013 by in General Issues, Sex education
The beautiful nub: A truly awful poem about the (wondrous) clitoris.

Look at me. Just look at me. Aren’t I the most beautiful thing, The most beautiful thing you’ve ever seen?   Cross your heart and hope to die, Stick a needle in your eye, Look at me, and try Try to tell yourself that lie.   Tell yourself you don’t want to lick me, That […]

Published on: 17 September 2013 by in General Issues

A whole lot I think…which is the basis for my latest Op Ed over on This is Africa A good number of men have asked me why I don’t start an ‘Adventures’ for men, or write about men in my articles and blog posts…this piece is specially dedicated to you. Here’s a teaser: When my […]

Published on: 17 September 2013 by in Creative Non Fiction, General Issues, Gran
And then I became a woman!

Chapter 4 They came for us a long time before sunrise. There were five of us in that group, Adwoa, Kuukua, Mansa, Yaa Tawia and myself making five nubile and supple young women. We had no idea where they were taking us and that added to the thrill. Red chested cuckoos had risen early as […]

Published on: 14 September 2013 by in Fiction

“Time to go home” Marisa thought, finally home to Atlanta after magical 11 days touring Madrid, Barcelona, Naples, Rome, Pisa, Marseilles, Majorca, and Amsterdam. Marissa could hardly believe her life which was almost like she was in a movie. “I just can’t believe I’ve knocked off six things from my bucket list.  The experiences with […]

Published on: 13 September 2013 by in Series, Sexy Times with Nnenna Marcia
Sexy Times with Nnenna Marcia: So long, Farewell, Auf Wiedersehen.

It was as if someone poured water all over my body. In a minute my clothes, my very sexy clothes I had chosen for this occasion were drenched. My trousers stuck to my bum. My hair started to come undone from the bun and slide down my back. Doreen brought the papers forward. Nigel brought […]

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

  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 […]