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I was born on a cold dreary September morning. My mother would sometimes tell me in that way people tell stories they have forgotten they’ve told a hundred times about

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Short Story: Help! My Husband Is Gay!

Originally published on * “Help! My husband is gay!!!” That is the message Sister Sade sent to our Church WhatsApp Group. The message is followed by a series of

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You turned off the spigot and looked into the steaming pool of water in the bathtub that shone bright-white from a religious and painstaking scrub with bleach. You dipped the

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Gay men are often touted as people known to possess a measure of wit and humour – an impressionable style and appearance too. If this was a standard with gay

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On The Line

“Kill the gays! Kill them!” Chima thundered. Chima’s eyes resembled the fiery pellets that seeped through the roof into the hut. We were cornered by love and tradition. Two Romeos,

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The Gaycation He Would Never Forget

FOREWORD: This story was inspired by the time someone close to me told me he met the porn star, Rocco Steele, during a vacation in Europe. He sent me pictures

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They met at a colleague’s wedding. Evans was forced to attend since the entire office would be going. He avoided any interaction with his colleagues outside work and this had

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Let’s call her Bola. Bola was fifteen years old when she discovered it or rather when it dawned on her. Bola was a PK, you know, a pastor’s kid. She

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With A Little Frosting On The Candy (Part 2)

Previously on With A Little Frosting On The Candy… * On Saturday evening, a few minutes past 5pm, I walked into Belmund Cakes to collect my cake and pay up

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With A Little Frosting On The Candy

WRITER’S NOTE: The following is a work of fiction. * Belmund Cakes was a small office in the back flat on the first floor of Citi Center. The doorway and the