Botswana Style



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Africa has been the inspiration for many trusted American virtues. It’s no wonder that a beautiful country such as Botswana is one of few countries encouraging women to behold their beauty in more than one way. The women of Botswana are courageous, confident, beautiful and stylish; here is a look into their self expression. [Read more…]

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Wayne Gretzky

Famous Botswana Cartoonist


Alike the first African-American woman Jackie Ormes, to write and draw widely distributed comic strips: four different series, published between 1937 and 1956 in black newspapers, Botswana has loved and cultivated their very own cartoonist hero. Mabijo Productions (Pty) Ltd is the home to the illustrious Mabijo cartoon character. The first comic strip appeared in Botswana Daily News and Kutlwano magazine in 1989 by a Motswana cartoonist, Tebogo Motswetla. [Read more…]

June’s Book of the Month: Sex Still Spoken Here: An Anthology by Carol Queen and Jen Cross

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7 days of nominations!

7 days of voting!

And now we have a winner for our June book of the month.

By one vote, Mocha Girl Read Book of the Month for June is Sex Still Spoken Here: An Anthology by Carol Queen and Jen Cross. Take a minute to see what this book.


41tf9AnQ4NL._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_Sex Still Spoken Here is not just a steamy, eclectic mix of hot stories, it’s also an inspiring call to action, staking another fierce claim on importance of voicing the erotic. The Erotic Reading Circle–held monthly since 2006 at San Francisco’s Center for Sex & Culture–is a community where writers put words to our complex desires and longings, and in which our erotic stories are celebrated and honored, not dismissed. This collection is culled from that Circle, representing the many writers who’ve dared to wrestle with the erotic muse.

About the Authors

Carol Queen

Jen Cross

Amy Butcher

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Congratulations ladies for becoming Mocha Girl Read book of the month for June 2015.

Feel free to leave comments and thoughts here as you are reading the book. I’m really looking forward to reading this book and hearing what everyone thinks of it.

Keep the pages turning ladies!

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Issac Asimov