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The Piece About How The Police Framed The 57 ‘Gay Suspects’ Rounded Up At Egbeda For Homosexual Acts

The birthday cake sits in the cooling freezer, white and large and almost royal. A week since 57 gay suspects were rounded up at Kelly Ann Hotel, Egbeda, the cake

The Happenings 7 Comments

“I Feel Ashamed Of Donald Duke.” Eunice Atuejide Slams Fellow Presidential Aspirant Over His Statement On LGBT Rights

Presidential aspirant Donald Duke, on Sunday, released a statement clarifying his position on LGBT rights. “Homosexuality is a crime in Nigeria and ought to remain so,” Duke said, but added

Our Stories 14 Comments

UNEXPECTED PLEASURES

I was at Muson Centre for a concert. A friend of mine, a cellist, was part of a performance that was going to play on that day. By the time

Poetry 1 Comment

For Jamel Myles

For what good is humanity If time and time again, it fails To achieve its one primal aim Which is to accept, love And protect those under its wings Regardless

The Happenings 10 Comments

“Homosexuality is a crime in Nigeria and should remain so.” Donald Duke recants his comments that implied support for the LGBT

“‘I won’t criminalise them’ would have been a concrete statement if the law didn’t exist and there was a call in some quarters to have such a law. “But the

Fiction 8 Comments

“I Ain’t Gay, But…”

When I got in a fight with one of my homeboys and my other two homeboys sided with him over me, I moved out of our apartment and in with

The Happenings 10 Comments

“You Need To Be Straight.” The Audacity of the Homophobe

Have you ever had a WTF encounter with a homophobe that had your face in an expression worthy of a meme? Well, here’s one. When a KDian is buzzed on

From The Net 1 Comment

Tweet of the Day: To LGBT Nigerians

Whether it is a tweet or a Facebook post, whether it’s a visit to a blog post or skimming through Instagram, whether online or offline, whether it’s during TV time

The Happenings 3 Comments

Troye Sivan responds to the question of him being a “bottom icon”

We aren’t entirely sure what a “bottom icon” is, but apparently everyone’s been calling pop darling Troye Sivan one. In a recent interview with Them, Sivan fielded questions about music