Queer Erotica

ORITSESHEMAYE

Laying in the dark I blink at nostalgia and reflections of headlights. Cool breeze and silver shadows ruffle my parted curtains. Warm, serenading whispers stroke my ear. I close my brown eyes and feel you kiss my earlobe. ‘Shemaye’ I moan into my phone. Your whispers promise, ‘the Block Party’s Bole and Fish sauce will taste like the Calabar one we ate in December. It’ll be a delicious dinner’. My soft fingers caress my plum labia and erect clit. Pleasure floats up to my throat in low moans like bubbles of champagne. ‘Yes, 20 minutes. I’ll be ready.’


ORITSESHEMAYE is my ongoing Twitter erotic series.

Read the first five stories in this series here

What do you think? Don’t forget to comment Gem!

Of How

The car sped by yellow tricycles while I looked out the wound up window. Landscape flew by in grassy green patches on sandy brown land prostrate in front of sun faded houses.

I thought of your work I just read.

Of how it reminds me of flicking moisten clits,

Of being instructed to moan, ‘fuckk!’

Of licking up shudders and waves of orgasms bursting through labia lips.

Of how I get satisfaction from her satisfaction. Exhilarating!

Of how intimately your short story captures lesbian sex.

Of how she didn’t like it when I penetrated her with my soft fingers.

How I haven’t had sex with a woman who likes penetration. But had thrust me past cliffs of orgasms.

‘..dominate in bed’

Of how I had never thought of being fucked by a woman. Though I’ve felt deliciously fucked numerously by them.

Its interesting how some words used in narratives about sex make me see my sex life differently.

I think this looking at the swirling clouds in the blue sky. They remind me of her soft fingertips stroking my brown nipples. Of the trailing edge of her peach hijab caressing my flabby arm reaching underneath her long skirt.


Image source: Yola Skies by Susan Owualah

Bookie Life Update

I hope you’ve been staying warm, safe and productive. Today makes it 18 days to my Bar Finals. I’ve been buried in books. I still take time to do my daily routine; sleeping, hydrating, listening to music, reading fiction as rewards, talking with loved ones, eating healthy, rubbing Ewa, my stuffed kitty above, saying self affirmations and prayers. I did my Portfolio assessment on Thursday. Congratulations to other law school students who excelled at theirs also. I can’t wait for my exams to be over.

Christine and the Queens has been my favourite discovery in July. I love her voice and French Pop music. Check out Comme Si, 5 Dollars, La Marcheuse and her feature on Charli XCX’s Gone.

TIERs Nigeria has released Season 4 of UnTold Facts that shares informative discussions on Queer rights and other issues hosted by Arit Ekpo. Watch Digital Security and the Queer Nigerian and maybe catch up on older videos.

Reading

I’ve finished reading Lakiriboto Chronicles which turned out to be so much more than just a family drama!A multilayered book on resilience and hope. It touched on so many issues like sexuality (queerness and BDSM kinks), mental disorders, sexual abuse, crime and blackmail, Yoruba orishas, large Nigerian families, cultural beliefs, societal expectations and women. etc. I binge read The Color Purple by Alice Walker. Expect mini reviews of these sensational queer fiction.

Stories

Have you read my latest flash stories, Multiple Bloom and Sweet Joy.

Please do and leave a comment!