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DEAR STRAIGHT PEOPLE

Dear Straight People I really do not understand some of you people. You really don’t have to be an LGBT ally, I swear. You don’t. Please if you aren’t, do

Our Stories 2 Comments

Handling Rejection

I could feel my hands clamming up. I braced myself. You’d have thought I was getting ready to jump out of a plane. Although I have done that before, and

Our Stories 1 Comment

Lessons Learned From ‘She Called Me Woman’ (Entry 7)

[Click here for LESSON 6] LESSON 7 From the chapter, ‘If You Want Lesbian, Go To Room 24’, RD says: “I am out to everyone at home. Hiding is not

Series (Non-Fiction) 5 Comments

The Bottom Chronicles (Entry 5)

Getting to a place of self acceptance meant I had to overcome two kinds of shame: the shame of being gay and the shame of being bottom. I remember back

Editor's Desk 2 Comments

Lessons Learned From ‘She Called Me Woman’ (Entry 6)

[Click here for LESSON 5] LESSON 6 From the chapter, ‘If You Want Lesbian, Go To Room 24’, RD says: “It has to be an agreement between both of us,

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LIMP DICKS FROM WITHIN

We began chatting from Grindr even when I was in Lagos. Then, in Lagos, my Grindr would shuffle and contacts all the way from Abuja would appear on my interface.

The Happenings 2 Comments

“I Fight In Defence Of The LGBT Community.” Charly Boy declares his pro-LGBT stance following his support for his daughter’s coming out

Charly Boy has come out on his Instagram page to declare his support for the Nigerian LGBT. This comes on the heels of him speaking out in support of his

Our Stories 4 Comments

Lessons Learned From ‘She Called Me Woman’ (Entry 5)

[Click here for LESSON 4] LESSON 5 From the chapter, ‘My Sexuality Is Just The Icing On The Cake’, OW has this to say: “There are times when I study

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Lessons Learned From ‘She Called Me Woman’ (Entry 4)

LESSON 4 From the chapter, ‘Focusing On Joy’, NS says: “In all that you do, do not lose the practice of experiencing joy and creating it.”   Joy is usually

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Twitter user shows proof that Nigerians are largely hypocrites

When it comes to religion, Nigerians are very good at upholding the tenets of their different faiths. Nigerians are also very good at cherry-picking through these tenets as they suit