To Everyone Who Robbed Me Of Me

I live in a constant state of dread. Every time my phone rings, I feel my heart sink a little. What is it this time? Please don’t let someone be dead. Please let this not be bad news. Each time my sister calls and doesn’t sound her usual chirpy self, I die a thousand deaths in the second between “Edozie”

That Piece About How Straight Fans Love Queer Celebs Until They Talk About Sex

Thanks to various online platforms, queer celebrities garner larger mainstream — read: straight — fandoms than ever before. For so long, celebrities were asked to hide their queerness for fear that, if they came out, they wouldn’t be able to break out of a niche — read: queer — audience. Their talent would remain unseen; they’d lose opportunities. Every year,

Tweet of the Day: Reject The Shaming Over Your Sensitivity

If you’re outspoken about LGBT rights, you’d most likely have come up against a tweet or comment mocking or scolding you for being too sensitive. Heck, you might have even come across the odd member of the LGBT community telling you not to “carry this gay activism on your head”. Whenever you are decry oppression, there is always that “well-meaning”

A Boy And The Bouncer

Let me tell you people a short story. There was a Saturday a couple of months ago, during which I attended a book club meet. This book club is a queer book club, filled with members of our community, with the purpose of providing a space for us to discuss whatever books we read freely and uninhibited, with the perspectives

Grindr launches Kindr initiative, to stop profiles from stating ‘No fats, no fems, no Asians’

Dating app Grindr has launched its new ‘Kindr’ initiative. The project arrives in response to complaints from some users after experiencing racist, body-shaming or stigmatizing language. Grindr announced Kindr a few weeks ago, but provided scant details as to what the project would entail. Yesterday, it released the first of a series of videos in which it addresses the debate

Terry Crews releases apology letter from the Hollywood exec who sexually assaulted him

Hollywood actor Terry Crews has released the apology letter sent to him by the powerful agent who sexually assaulted him in 2016. He took to Twitter to share the letter from agent Adam Venit who resigned from his position at the prestigious agency WME last week. The actor alleged last year that Venit had groped him at a Hollywood party

THE HUSTLE OF A RAINBOW (Episode 10)

It would not be fair to write a series about my life without mentioning a particular woman.  Miss Natalie Eroyo, the woman who inspired my love/lust for older women. Here’s her story. (This reminds me of Law and Order: SVU) *** I was in SS1 or Grade 10, second term to be specific, when a new girl came to my