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From An Aggrieved Bottom

So he’s KDian and a friend, and one sunny BBM morning, he sent me the picture below, out of the blue. And while I was still recovering from shock laughter at

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KD’s Fashion Police: The Met Gala 2015

Hello, guys, it’s John Ocean again, yes that John Ocean, and no thank you, I did not. So, the Met Gala came and went, and I loved every minute of

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All About The Cast Of The Avengers…And Their Biceps

This is clearly an excuse to look at gifs of Chris Evans’ and Chris Hemsworth’s arms. Don’t act like you’re not on board. An intrepid reporter at MTV asked the

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Empirical Evidence that Straight Men Are Joining Us Gay Men to Hell

Well there it is. If you didn’t know it, know it now. That is irrefutable fact that basically all men are hell-bound, be they hoes or prudes. *side-eyeing Max*

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Morning Humour XXI

I mean! Isn’t that just a crime punishable by something when you kiss and not press nyash, hmm?

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Guys Whisper The Highs And (Mostly) Lows Of Online Dating

Gay dating websites can be an awesome way to connect, but can also be a real drag. Messages go unanswered, hours seem wasted scrolling through endless profiles and something that’s

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Morning Humour XX: No OLX Needed

All gay men looking to get married to their fellow man, this one is for you. Need a husband? There’s a number on your screen to call. 😀

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THREE DAYS AFTER…

‘African on African… Black on Black… Minority on minority… The oppressed oppressing the oppressed. This can’t be xenophobia. There must be another name for this.’ – Kenny Badmus. ‘Women, poor

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A MILESTONE TODAY

Every act is a possibility. The will to dare, the will to act are possibilities for new adventure. – Lailah Gifty Akita When the antigay bill was signed into law

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The Question About Visibility And Gay Nigerians

On Whisper, I hold back nothing. There’s a certain freedom that comes with anonymity, and I relish it on the app. So when I’m happy, sad, frustrated, horny, reflective, whether it