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Tweet of the Day: About The Pain of Coming Out

I do not know the story of Emmanuel Sadi’s coming out (and I do so hope that one day, he’ll have overcome the pain well enough to tell the story

The Happenings 5 Comments

Johnnell Terrell Speaks Powerful Words About all The Ways He Is A Gay Man

The model, who often shares inspirational messages regarding LGBT issues, took to his social media account to recite some incredibly powerful words on all the ways he is a gay

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Tweet of the Day: About Straight People’s “Concern”

Usually, whenever a gay person starts living more boldly, starts getting more public about his experiences on the social media, there are always the straight people – friends, family and

The Happenings 3 Comments

“Consider The Way Homophobia Functions In Nigeria.” An Argument in Favour of Nigeria Topping the List of Dangerous Countries in the World for the LGBT

Following the revelation of Nigeria as the world’s most dangerous country for LGBT people in a list prepared by Asher and Lyric, there was an outcry on the social media

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Would You Mind It If Your Child Was Gay?

I recently came across an online conversation on Nigerian Gay Twitter where the topic of parenting a gay child was being discussed. A netizen with the handle @Grizz_nomad retweet-commented on

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The Distracted Boyfriend Meme Got a Very Gay Happy Ending

One of our favorite memes of the decade has gotten a very gay update! That viral stock image picturing a man whistling at a passerby while holding the hand of

Gallery 4 Comments

Bests Of Online Hookups: When Osho-Free Is Not An Option

It takes a special kind of konji to make a man start a sex proposition by asking you your price.

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Bests Of Online Hookups: To London By Road

What transport company does one take to get to London from Nigeria by road?

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“Telling Nigerians Who Are Out And Proud That They Are Foolish Is Wrong.” – Kayode Ani

Some days ago on Twitter, the writer of the KD column, Dear Straight People, took on an issue that I myself feel strongly about. This tendency to shush out gay