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‘House Of Cards’ Looks To Resume Production For Final Season After Extended Hiatus

It has been announced that the sixth and final season for Netflix’s House of Cards is looking to resume production after December 8. The announcement comes in the wake of

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The African Homophobe Is Not Special. He Is Simply Behind Schedule

There’s a faux attempt by some members of the African public to paint their homophobia as something new and special, to see it as a vestige of our burgeoning religious

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What’s The Difference Between Gay And Queer?

To some people, the terms “gay” and “queer” are one and the same, but that’s not exactly the case. Let’s start from the beginning. Both words are derived from definitions

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Morning Humour XXXIV: The Girlfriend/Wife Question

Aunt: My son, when are we going to see your wife? Me: Soon. As soon as I finish establishing myself. What about you? How have you reacted to/dodged the question

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It all started from a harmless feel-up. I had earlier blurted out something provocative about my ass and he wanted to see – no, feel for himself. In public! As

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What To Do When You’ve Become a ‘Slut’

In this week’s Hola Papi!, the advice column by writer, Twitterer, and prolific Grindr user John Paul Brammer, a reader has what he believes to be a problem: he’s gotten

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Beyoncé is Music’s Highest Paid Woman According to Forbes

Beyoncé has been named Forbes’ highest-paid woman in music for this year after she raked in $105 million from June 2016 until June 2017. The 36-year-old pop star dropped to

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Femme Guys Need To Man Up? Seriously?

There is a hilarious tint to femmephobia in that homosexual men are sometimes the ones keenest to peddle it. From quotes about how God created you masc not femme to

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“As a queer Zimbabwean, the ousting of Robert Mugabe does not bring me much hope.” Says Writer Joyline Maenzanise

Joyline Maenzanise, a queer writer based in Zimbabwe, responds to the resignation of the country’s long-serving homophobic President Robert Mugabe. * I must say, I never thought I would see