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Gallery 8 Comments

Photos: More Gay Art

Happened upon these artsy photos on the social media. Had to share. Trying to figure out their representations. The first one appears to be some sort of gay re-drawing of,erm,

The Happenings 12 Comments

Ugandan Court Quashes The Country’s Anti-Gay Law

Uganda’s constitutional court on Friday overturned tough new anti-gay laws that had been branded draconian and “abominable” by rights groups, saying they had been wrongly passed by parliament. The law

Our Stories 17 Comments

Speaking About Stereotypes: Those Things Straight People Get Wrong About Gay Men

Originally published on thetrentonline.com Acceptance of gay people doesn’t end with acceptance. It also includes post-acceptance sensitivity and awareness. Unfortunately, just because someone’s heart is in the right place doesn’t

Gallery 23 Comments

Funny Photo: His and Hers

LOL! Again, I just can’t.

Our Stories 23 Comments

FAIRYTALES ARE FOR VIRGINS

‘…He went on farther, and in the great hall he saw the whole of the court lying asleep, and up by the throne lay the king and queen. He continued

Gallery 16 Comments

Funny Photo: What’s A Dick To Do?

LOL! If only the penis could talk, the things it would say…

The Happenings 23 Comments

Forget HIV For The Moment…Think Ebola

No one knows for sure just how many people Patrick Sawyer came into contact with the day he boarded a flight in Liberia, had a stopover in Ghana, changed planes

Series (Fiction) 25 Comments

TO BE YOUNG AND IN LOVE

I raised my head and our eyes met. His firm cheek bones elevated as he gave that beautiful smirk I’d been dreaming about all day. He mouthed some words but

The Happenings 0 Comments

‘Bisexuality and Monogamy Aren’t “Mutually Exclusive”.’ – Anna Paquin

True Blood star, Anna Paquin came out as bisexual in 2010 and is crusading against the crude stereotypes about those who identify as bisexual – or gay, lesbian, transgender, or

Kito Stories 22 Comments

Two Kito Stories In One (A Sallah Special)

Hi, I’m Lanre, and the following stories are real life, narrations that serve as a much needed bonus in this kito-ridden Nigeria of ours, to remind us to keep our