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Disappearing Acts

“Promise me that you’ll give it up . . . for my sake.” I never wanted to go to a boarding school for my senior high, but my parents insisted

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Mother Knows Best?

We were all in the parlor, my mother, my siblings and I. The evening was a cool one and NEPA people had been trying for us for quite awhile, so

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The Shocking Story of Betrayal and Police Brutality

A few days ago, a member of the Nigerian Police, Aliyu Giwa, via his twitter account, gave a narration of police brutality and betrayal you never saw coming. Check out

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BOYHOOD

I first knew I liked cock as a kid when I was in a room with a much older guy and he had to change into his towel to go

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Why Gay Men Should Worry More About Their Maturity Than Their Masculinity

Written by David Hudson and originally published on gaystarnews.com * I don’t tend to expect enlightenment from gay hook-up apps, but I was struck by the words I read recently

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THE TRUTH

They say you leave a piece of you in everyone you date and break up with. They say you keep leaving pieces of yourself till there is nothing left inside

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TRUTH AND DARE

“I am gay,” I said to him. “I know,” Ajax responded. Even though his response didn’t surprise me, I asked just the same. “How did you know?” He chuckled, the

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THE GAY AGENDA

I have a number of homophobic colleagues who, these days, have proven more and more to be too airheaded for me to engage with. There is this girl who works

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Abuja Is For Jesus!

Some years ago in Abuja, I attended COZA. The service was going well. Good sermon, fantastic praise and worship – service was just perfect. So it happened that when the

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MY SERENDIPITY

1. I remember the first day I agreed to risk meeting you after months of chatting online. There was no rush. There was no anticipation or excitement. I had given