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THE GREATEST GIFT

Life is very painful, isn’t it? I ask how you are doing, you smile and give me the typical Nigerian answer. “I’m fine”, in between large gulps of Lagos lagoon

Poetry 0 Comments

Moonlight

I stand naked before you And not just so you can violate me again Ask me if I feel good, when we both know I don’t I stand before you

Kito Stories 10 Comments

OUT AND OUT AGAIN

In 2014, at the age of 17, I was first outed to my family. I was in high school then, and quite active on Twitter. Back then, both my older

The Happenings 4 Comments

“The Accuser Never Said ‘Stop. I Don’t Give Consent.’” Kevin Spacey Pushes Back on Sex Assault Allegation in Court

In court last week, an attorney for Kevin Spacey pushed back against the allegation he sexually assaulted a 18-year-old in a Massachusetts bar in July 2016, PEOPLE confirms. At a

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My First Anal Sex Experience

I was just 17 and was about rounding up my secondary education. I was living with my mom and two sisters. I was quite a close friend to this guy,

Poetry 2 Comments

A Story Of The Boys I’ve Loved

I have never been in love Once I wore the skin of a boy I swallowed his tongue whole I made a sweater of him and felt warm Then he

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360 Degrees (Part 3)

This is an update on the story I told last year September, about my sexy barber. We called him Frank. An engineer with a side hustle as a barber. A

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Scientists make major breakthrough in HIV research by destroying ‘reservoir’ cells

French scientists appear to have made a giant leap in HIV research. In a press release, Paris’s Institut Pasteur announced that researchers have destroyed “reservoir” cells, i.e. infected immune cells.

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“I Have A Good Laugh Over These Things.” Denrele Edun claps back at trolls who call him “Gay” like it’s an insult

The twenty-first century is about to move on into 2019, and some Nigerians still think calling someone “gay” is an insult. Well, Denrele Edun has set out to disabuse such

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THE BOYS IN THE VILLAGE

Recently, I moved back in with my parents in our village in one of the states in the Niger Delta, where I started a temporary job as I waited for