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  1. Lothario
    September 27, 2014

    Lol! Good one!

    Although #6…hmmmm! Some gay men run 15 miles when they hear the word ‘vagina’….Lol!

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  2. Deola
    September 27, 2014

    I am afraid of vaginas oOO. Those things are scary as fuck. Its like a mystery, wrapped in a riddle surround by an enigma.

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    • kendigin
      September 27, 2014

      better dont be afraid…theres a nice vagina waiting at the end of the tunnel, for all gay men living in naija

      the earlier u familiarise ursef with it the better

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      • gad
        September 27, 2014

        Abi?

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  3. Rapu’m
    September 27, 2014

    A lot of preaching on a Saturday morning, Pinky! Anyway, I like this. For a lot of straight guys, homophobic as they are, lesbians are some sort of fantasy or whatever. So you hear a guy say, “How can a guy fuck another guy? Nonsense! But girls, hmm, I’ll like to watch two girls kiss while I have sex with them.” A friend of mine once told me that he loved lesbian porn so much, but for a long time couldn’t understand why a dude would want to touch another dude, the hard body, no breast, no yansh (I told him I hate soft things anyway), until he told himself to stop being hypocritical.

    And yes, this who’s the guy or girl ish? There are times when I think it’s just a normal reaction, you know, people trying to make sense of something new to them by using a model that is familiar. But there are also other times it gets irritating (between, I get bored and irritated when a guy goes all ‘babe, okay sorry, babe,’ on me, you know, the same patronizing stuff they do to women.

    Oh, so many stuff to say. But since I’ve not been ordained (mind you I have my PhD in Gay Life, says my gay-but-running friend, so) I’ll just quit the preaching. Blame Pinky for all the sermons this Saturday morning.

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    • pinkpanthertb
      September 27, 2014

      Hehehee!!!
      The beginning part of your preaching…that double standard, it’s really galling.

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  4. trystham
    September 27, 2014

    4, WRONG!!!!

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  5. gad
    September 27, 2014

    Dear writer, I notice your use of “lesbians and women that has sex with women” severally. Pls kindly educate me. Whats the the difference with lesbians and women that has sex with women. Forgive my illiteracy pls

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    • daniel
      September 27, 2014

      Dear Gad, a man who isn’t gay (sexually attracted to a member of the same-sex) can still have sex with a gay person for many reasons, could be for cash, for curiosity and under alcoholic influence etc. In such cases such men are called MSM (MEN who have SEX with MEN).. Apply that to the women folk.

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      • gad
        September 27, 2014

        Thanks for the lecture. My grand mum used to say that lies are better told in English. Gay is gay. Lesbian is Lesbian. Any other is mere semantics.

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      • pinkpanthertb
        September 27, 2014

        Life isn’t always that straightforward no matter how much you try to simplify it. If life was straightforward, sex would be the way religion preaches it to be. Man and women. But here you n I are, an aberration of what is obtainable. Gay may be gay and lesbian lesbian, but there are all sorts of shades in between.

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      • gad
        September 27, 2014

        Bros, u forgot to add nonsense and inbetween.lol. I’m not a fan of the west and their categorisations.we may not know it but it is causing us a lot. In Africa then,all we use to have was father and mother,brothers and sisters but oyibo came and introduced us to step fathers and step mothers,cousins,aunts,uncles,1st cousins,2nd cousins etc and we began to regard our relations like distant ones.if we start today to filter western ideologies on a screen of truth,taking only the truth and living things that confuses and tears us apart,we will be the better for it.

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      • pinkpanthertb
        September 27, 2014

        Wow. You’re something else, gad. Another person who would like to see the West as the big bad wolf.

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      • gad
        September 27, 2014

        The west is not all about negativity.all I’m advocating is objectivity and caution in embracing some of their fashion.

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      • daniel
        September 27, 2014

        Preach pinky, prech!!!!

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  6. Dennis Macauley
    September 27, 2014

    I think No 4 annoys a lot of gay men too! Especially bottoms!

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    • kendigin
      September 27, 2014

      i find that most bottoms easily assume the role of the female. call themselves sistas, and have an uber-fab-look-at-me-am-pretty approach in a relationship.
      am not saying its bad. but i think gay men shld be behave like gay men, not women.

      btw vaginas totally rock (if u dnt count
      the odour, slime and loads of folds)! lol

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      • Deola
        September 27, 2014

        I dont think you are helping the vagina’s case here.

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      • king
        September 27, 2014

        But Ken Dats the crux of d koko…excuse my queens!!! I mean if the bottoms don’t assume the role of d female how would they feel attractive ….. i mean they just gat to assume how they feel on d inside and dats so very important to them I guess…..

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      • Lothario
        September 28, 2014

        I disagree! Anyone can feel beautiful…. But what psyche are you channeling your beauty? A man’s or woman’s? That’s where the trick lies. If you’re a man who has accepted that he’s with another man……oh damn! Lost my train of thought.

        Anyway bottom line, you can be in a wonderful relationship without assuming roles, no matter the sexual roles.

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      • gad
        September 28, 2014

        A wonderful relationship without assuming roles?to what extent is this realistic? Except d guys involved are verse but I don’t see the sense in this.

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  7. king
    September 27, 2014

    Haba the last one can be ok na…it actually can be taken as an invite.. lol….anyway what do I know…i ain’t no lele

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  8. jay
    September 29, 2014

    Reblogged this on kenyan girl lezz life and commented:
    All lesbians agree, we hate to hear people ask or say these things… The nerv of those naïve people.

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