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This new online tool lets you see exactly who’s blocked you on Grindr

Introducing C*ckblocked, a new online tool that allows Grindr users to see everyone who has blocked them. It was developed by Trever Faden, a tech professional from Washington, D.C. “About

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Being different is not a good reason to discriminate against a group of people. And just because something is lawful doesn’t mean it is just. Human history is filled with

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Anderson Cooper is newly single after splitting from longtime boyfriend

Anderson Cooper has separated from longtime boyfriend Benjamin Maisani. They were together for nine years. The CNN anchor confirmed the news with a statement, after the Daily Mail first reported

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Honestly, some families do not deserve the blessings of LGBT family members. A friend who I used to shag years ago suddenly resurfaced recently; called me and wanted us to

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Ellen DeGeneres recalls her coming out including Elton John’s hurtful comments about her

Ellen DeGeneres has revealed that she still remembers being “hurt” by Elton John’s remarks about her following her public coming out. The talk show host came out on the cover

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If You’re LGBT and Live in Lagos Nigeria, Then You Should Boycott Litcaf

A tweet was yesterday posted condemning homophobia and got retweeted by those who approved. Reacting to the tweet, Litcaf – a café in Yaba, Lagos, which provides a space for

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I want to say (because I study medicine and I know) that gay people aren’t sick. If they are, they are only in the way ALL humans are sick, flawed

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“I’m Not Gay.” Kendall Jenner addresses the rumours about her sexuality

Kendall Jenner has responded to rumours surrounding her sexuality. The 22-year-old star has long been a person of interest when it comes to her sexuality. Unlike her siblings, she is

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Where do I start from! Yeah, the top is always a good place to start. So basically, I had been out of a relationship for months and all was well

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A Book About Queer People Is Coming From Cassava Republic, And It’s Called “SHE CALLED ME WOMAN: NIGERIA’S QUEER WOMEN SPEAK”

‘These true stories are beautifully told, the pain and honesty and hope and joy in these accounts is strong like a song.’ – Stella Duffy Cassava Republic Press is proud