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I WASN’T SUPPOSED TO KNOW

March seems so far away. First I was thinking to myself: Nobody is hearing anything on KD about you guys now that it’s all lovey-dovey o. And I was feeling

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CURRENTS THAT SPARKED NO FIRE

I am not an attention seeker but I tend to start liking someone when they give me attention. From a distance, though; I hate in-your-face kind of attention. This particular

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DANGEROUS LIAISONS

I got the text on a Saturday, by midnight. It read: Please, I’m in Pedro Station, Shomolu, in a case related to queer. Please help. The sender identified himself as

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NOLLY-WEIRD

My phone buzzed and it was an old friend. Captain is an upcoming Nollywood actor. When we were in the university, we were fuck buddies. But since graduating, things had

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THINKING ABOUT GOD, THOSE WHO WORSHIP HIM AND THE OTHERS

For the longest time, even when I was a growing child, I never really understood why people felt so negatively toward gay people. I always wondered why people had so

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HOW DO YOU SOLVE A PROBLEM LIKE TESS?

Over time, I have come to realize that I love being around tomboys, and even having them as friends. Typically-feminine girls are not at all my fancy, because I was

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A CRASH COURSE ON WHAT IT MEANS TO BE GAY (Education For Those Who The Shoe Fits)

It started with the viewing of an IGTV video. A 3-minute clip of Ireti Bakare-Yusuf (@sisiogelagos) talking about LGBT Pride, which I found both startling and pleasing, because it seemed

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THINGS I DID FOR HER

So it was that I was hanging out with some friends of mine, and we were talking about the crazy things we’d ever done for someone we loved. Everyone tried

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A GIFT FOR A STRANGER (Part 2)

Previously on A GIFT FOR A STRANGER… * I met Mark in 2013, when I was 23 and he was in his thirties. I didn’t have enough sexual experience to

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A GIFT FOR A STRANGER

A few months after my NYSC service year, I got my first job with a multinational company, and soon had to leave mama’s nest. To me, this was an opportunity