Queer and Sexy Collection Vol 1 exploring queer sensuality #LGBTQ @aeolofintuade @LoveAfricaPress #Giveaway

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Title: Queer and Sexy Collection Vol. 1

Stories: Last Weekend, The Song, The Handmaiden

Author: Eniitan

Publisher: Love Africa Press

Genre: Women’s Fiction, Fantasy, LGBTQ

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Love Africa Press presents Volume One of its Queer and Sexy Collections exploring queer sensuality.

In this debut edition of three interwoven stories written by Eniitan, we explore pleasure, desire, love, human nature and godhood. Follow the lives of Ufuoma, Larrie, Ariyike, Fausiat, Halimat and Uduak as they experience the magic that is the otherworldly Tara.

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EXCERPT from Last Weekend

Ufuoma was the last off the plane. She had shunned her usual garb of comfortable jeans and tees and worn a cream skirt-suit that clung to her voluptuous figure like wet on water.

The cream showed off her dark skin, and to drive the point of her femininity home, she had the first three buttons of the white shirt open. Her bra pushed up the mounds of her breasts, leaving onlookers in no doubt of the gifts hidden underneath her clothes.

On her feet was a pair of heels, making her appear even taller.

She was determined to make the best of this long weekend away from her regular life.

This would be her first time at an all-female party, and although Loretta had assured her that it would be fun, she was still a little anxious, so she fell into the default of looking extraordinarily good to boost her spirits.

One of the best things, and the worst, was her ability to ‘pass’ and be taken for a heterosexual, cis-gendered woman, but it also made her invisible to other queer women. A blessing and a curse in a country like Nigeria. She remembered her university days with a shudder. Those years she’d spent listening to ‘godly advice’ from classmates and lecturers about how she should stop hanging out with her more masculine-presenting friends, the rumours they felt comfortable sharing with her about how these women were all a bunch of lesbians and that she should avoid being inducted into the ‘cult of lesbianism.’

 To worsen her situation, bonding with women was not her strong suit, maybe because she was not primarily attracted to men, not sexually or emotionally. She’d never felt invested in them enough to mind their vagaries; she could take them or leave them, without a backward glance. But with women—she was always so scared, had always been, of the different ways loving women could drive you to a point of madness, of how invested she became in their lives, their well-being. But most importantly of the powerful way a woman could break you … but that hadn’t stopped her from wanting them, loving them.

ABOUT ENIITAN

Eniitan lives in a world populated by Yoruba gods and non-binary human beings who take their pleasure as seriously as they take mischief making.

CONNECT WITH ENIITAN

F: https://www.facebook.com/Ayodeleolofintuade

T: https://twitter.com/aeolofintuade

IG: https://www.instagram.com/ayodeleolofintuade/

GIVEAWAY

Love Africa Press is giving away $10/£10 Amazon or Kobo Gift Card or NGN 5000 Naira Okadabooks Credit

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