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Facebook Gets Messy With One Man’s Hypocrisy

Every now and then, a person with social media influence of Facebook – i.e., a Facebook celebrity, defined as someone with many followers, many likes with each post he makes,

Editor's Desk 10 Comments

#NaDem: Kito Alert in a Thread of Tweets

I came across a twitter thread that was using the hashtag #NaDem to point out the characteristics of kito threats. The tweets aren’t anything we haven’t already been sounding off

The Happenings 16 Comments

This Is What Toxic Masculinity Looks Like

I wonder what his poisoned mind would have to say about gay men and effeminate men.

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Janelle Monáe Has A Question

The Make Me Feel singer tweeted a question that, to be frank, I have often pondered. “Why can’t all homophobic & racist people live in their own fucking community?” she

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Tweet of the Day: When In Doubt, Ask Questions

Real talk – Something no one ever talked to me about were some of the risks/complications that can come from bottoming.(Anal abscess/tears/fissures…)When U don’t have a good knowledgeable health professional

Editor's Desk 13 Comments

When Did You Choose To Be Gay?

Twitter user @FreelanceCynic asked the most self-interrogatory question on Twitter a few days ago. When did you choose to be gay? And the responses were oh-so very insightful. Evidence of

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Who Is Mr. J? The Story About Sex With A Nollywood Actor

If you are on twitter and are familiar with twitter “scandals”, then you’d probably know the one fostered by Alex Sensima Asiwaju Russo (@Seanell) when he alleged that he had

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Tweet of the Day: A Statement of Defiance

Does anybody else feel gingered by Pamela Adie’s words?

The Happenings 1 Comment

“He Looks Like A Rough Draft Of The Nigerian Flag.” Man gets dragged mercilessly over his transphobic post on social media

Some days, you log onto the internet and the joy you get is boundless. Especially when the source of that joy is the total obliteration of prejudice. Julius Anthony Johnson