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The Piece About Domestic Abuse In A Gay Relationship And The Victim’s Denial

[This piece was originally published on Gay Star News] * In my teens, I had a pretty clear idea of what domestic abuse looked like. I had seen enough movies,

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Tweet of the Day: Reject The Shaming Over Your Sensitivity

If you’re outspoken about LGBT rights, you’d most likely have come up against a tweet or comment mocking or scolding you for being too sensitive. Heck, you might have even

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Random Questions: About Denying Your Service To A Homophobe

Someone posed this question in a Facebook group I belong to, and the responses ranged from swift affirmation to guarded indulgence. “Would you deny a homophobe your professional services?” was

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Tweet of the Day: To LGBT Nigerians

Whether it is a tweet or a Facebook post, whether it’s a visit to a blog post or skimming through Instagram, whether online or offline, whether it’s during TV time

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Random Questions XIX

I have a friend who had been seeing this guy for about a year. And one time, when I buzzed my friend on WhatsApp, the responses I was getting alerted

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10 most satisfying clapbacks at homophobes in internet history

1. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 2. Some kind of magic. 3. What’s in a name? 4. Learn how to look, my dude. 5. “Theatre without gays is like cooking without spices.” 6.

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Tweets of the Day: God is a Woman

The gay agenda – you know, that agenda for the gays to take over the world – it appears to be going as planned.

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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