Category Archives: Wet

2014 Jan. 7: Wet Lesbian

    I Am… not Was. There is nothing as good as in like being seen by old friends looking great and happy. Mingling with friends (not fake ones) and also vacating are possible ways of getting rid of unnecessary … Continue reading

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2013 Nov. 12: God, the lesbian, the sin

  Oh why is it that I feel I have sinned I have lusted over her, with hips so wide. There’s nowhere for me to hide What sin is this? What scale will it be measured by God? The lesbian … Continue reading

Posted in African, Another Approach Is Possible, Archived memories, Art Is A Human Right, Art is Queer, Betrayal, Blackness, Body, Breasts, Crea(c)tive senses, creative artist, Creative Writing, Creativity, Lesbian Love Is Possible in South Africa, Lesbian Youth, Matters of the He(Art), Power of the Arts, Power of the Voice, South Africa, Speaking for ourselves, Textualizing Our Own Lives, We Are You, We Care, Wet, Writing is a Right | Tagged | 11 Comments