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2015 June 7: For I love a Femme woman

I love and adore your femininity Take me I’m yours for Eternity The way you seduce me, the Intensity The way you sway those hips and rock those heels, the sexiness in it A love I can’t avoid its inevitable My … Continue reading

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2014 Nov. 1: eKasi Tattoo Parlor!

by Mandisa Giqika I have been asked several times by my ex girlfriends to tattoo something unique about us. I always made up excuses not to. Tattoos are expensive and it also against my religion to tattoo my body. Here … Continue reading

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2014 May 10: Unrequited love

by Bonolo Mokua   I could never hold her hand Though I would always get lost in her eyes, I could never hold her hand In fear that everyone would see that I am madly in love with her And … Continue reading

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2013 June 26: S/he is a Bleeding Man

by Charmain Carrol How does one cross the line with gender roles in our lesbian relationships? As we discover ourselves or are on the quest of discovering ourselves, we have blurred the lines of where one gender begins and where … Continue reading

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