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A Moment Of Silence

Nigeria is failing us as a nation. There have been prayers for this nation, but that is not the answer. God is not the answer. This is on us, on

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“HOW I RESIST” Is Now An Anthology You Can Download

“Since 2014, the conversation around queer people has refused to die down. In an era of peak television from Hollywood, where one can—in every show—expect to find at least one

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#NaijaLGBTPride: LGBT Nigerians flock Twitter to Celebrate Pride Month

Yesterday, 24 June, there was kicked off a Twitter movement, marked by the hashtag #NaijaLGBTPride, to commemorate the Pride Month amongst the Nigerian LGBT communities. With a question “What Does

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How To Be An Ally To The LGBT

Pride Month offers numerous events where members of the LGBT community can celebrate who they are. But June also is a good time for straight people to show support for

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10 Lessons Bottoming Teaches You About Life

There are some things in life that become crystal clear only when you’ve had a dick in your butt. Excuse my bluntness, but as Monique Heart likes to say, “Facts

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Kito Alert: A Rundown Of The Dangerous Faces So Far Exposed

A few people have asked for a compilation of all the Kito Alerts that have been published so far on here. And so below is the list. Note that this

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“We Have Allowed Our Shame And Fear To Create A Monster.” Bisi Alimi condemns the Nigerian LGBT culture of enabling the corrupt police

In the following Facebook post, Bisi Alimi had this to say about the gay culture of paying bribes to a corrupt police force to get out of arrests. He says:

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‘Glory’, A New Pride Song?

There have been many songs out recently that we have used to find solace and confidence in who we are. From The Greatest Showman’s This Is Me to Troye Sivan’s

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Do You Know A Hoe?

A “hoe” is the language used to describe those who are promiscuous. But in recent times, it is being reclaimed as a term of compliment where once it was used