Tell your girlfriends! Mambagirl.com – South Africa’s first comprehensive lesbian lifestyle website launched on Friday 1 June – at an exclusive lesbian party night in Johannesburg.
The event, held at SeQuoias in Lonehill, attracted more than five hundred women all keen to come out and celebrate their new online home. The website’s debut was sponsored by two premium brands – Daihatsu, recognised for its innovative, reliable motoring and Pride Plus, a leading lesbian-and-gay-focused short term insurer backed by Hollard. An extensive photo-gallery of the event is available now on www.mambagirl.com.
The Mambgirl.com website, which officially went live in the early hours of Friday morning, provides South African lesbians with the latest gay and lesbian news, national gay women’s events, polls, and original articles – written by lesbian journalists and writers – with comment forums for visitor remarks.
“Mambagirl.com made an impressive debut on Friday night; reflecting the vast demand for a new lesbian voice in South Africa. We plan on delivering intelligent content and exciting opportunities for the lesbian community to interact, communicate, participate and support one another,” says Tracy Loader, Editor of Mambagirl.com.
The website’s initial articles include a look at lesbian life in Taiwan, an exploration of lesbian cruise ship holidays, an assessment of relationship boundaries, a perspective on ‘sex without strings’ and a report on the recent ILGA Pan-African conference in Boksburg. Content will be updated weekly to begin with and more regularly once the site gains momentum. In the coming months, an exclusively lesbian online dating service will be added to the Mambagirl website.
The stylish website is built on the foundation of the well-established Mambaonline.com brand, which has become the leading gay male lifestyle website in South Africa.
Mambagirl.com’s official launch was hosted by 1st Friday – an exclusive lesbian party night staged on the first Friday of every month at SeQuoias. To view the Mambagirl.com launch party gallery and the rest of the site’s offerings, visit www.mambagirl.com.