Posts From Pink Panther

Our Stories 8 Comments

THE CONFESSION

The confession queue was long on that Saturday evening, but I wasn’t deterred. I was going to go through with this. One thing I usually did whenever I went for

The Happenings 6 Comments

“If you are homosexually inclined, Nigeria is not a place for you.” Police PRO, Dolapo Badmus warns

The Lagos Police Public Relations Officer, Dolapo Badmus, who goes by the social media handle @opetodolapo, clearly felt it was her civic duty to remind the Nigerian LGBT community of

The Happenings 2 Comments

Sara Ramirez and Indya Moore have an illuminating Twitter exchange on Bisexuality

Pose star Indya Moore and Grey’s Anatomy alum Sara Ramirez shared an exchange on Twitter about bisexuality that is delightfully enlightening. It all began when Moore, a transgender actor and

Fiction 16 Comments

THE FIRST GAY COUPLE TO STAND JUDGMENT

It was Christmas Eve. My paternal extended family had a ritual of spending the day before Christmas Day together. Last year, it had been at Uncle Sebastian’s house at Elekahia

Kito Stories 14 Comments

KITO ALERT! XXXIV

His name is Nnaji Chukwudi Michael, but he goes on Facebook as “Chuks Michel (Hakeem or Child)”. Numbers are 08149123634 or 08143040919. He lives in Gboko, Benue State, and masquerades

Fiction 19 Comments

Trapped In The Closet

My son Savion and I had been close since he was a toddler; however, when his mother and I divorced and he came to live with me full-time at age

Our Stories 30 Comments

DICK SERVED. DICK REJECTED.

Like seriously, guys, whenever I hear someone claim that he is good at taking dicks of any size, I wonder if he has ever encountered a Really Big, Extra-Extra-Large Dick.

Fiction 9 Comments

THE IMMORTALS

We remember the beginning, but not for long…   The 1500s had a certain chill to it. Nowhere seemed safe in the kingdom, not with the constant wars. Mykaelis was

Dear KD 15 Comments

Dear KD: How Do I Establish A Connection With My (Maybe) Gay Cousin?

A friend of mine hit me up one day and asked me if it was okay to give my number to an acquaintance he made on Twitter. He said the

Opinion Pieces 9 Comments

Stop Normalizing Homophobia (The Importance of Language)

Language is a very important tool — for communication, for advocacy, for oppression. I think it’s a fairly popular thing to say that language is important, at least in some