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NIGERIAN WHILE GAY

Yesterday, I went out with a friend. We had hot dogs and soft drinks. Talked. All the while, this fine brother pranced about. He’d leave his post, checking people’s tickets,

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First Time With The D

The plan was that he’d come over first thing in the morning and we’d do it quickly before he went to work. Work resumed at eight; we agreed on seven.

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A RIDE UNDER THE MOON AND THE STARS

It started like most hookups do. Fine guy said “Hi” on an app. Or I said “Hi”. I don’t even remember anymore. The app was sha Facebook. This man was

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#HowIResist Campaign 22

The LGBT community is not a danger. It’s not a threat. They’re not saints and they’re not sinners. They’re a bunch of people no different from you, from everywhere and

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A Medley Of Opinions About Love And Relationship In The Nigerian Gay Community

So, a couple of days ago, I posted my response to a friend who wanted some answers about love and relationships. Before I arrived at my response, I brought the

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TO THE FRIEND LOOKING FOR LOVE

Dear Friend So, okay, the questions you asked me regarding the issues you have with finding love and being in a relationship really gave me pause. It was something I

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#HowIResist Campaign 21

Imagine you are a married, heterosexual person, and imagine your life up to this point altered in only one way, that instead of being partnered with someone of the opposite

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I AM NOT THE PROBLEM

I find it extremely patronizing when people tell me to tone it down, to soften my speech, my words are too corrosive, shit like that. And indeed I understand the

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#HowIResist Campaign 20

At the core of many of the problems that plague humanity is the lack of empathy. The moment you are able to empathize with somebody, the moment you are able

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Dreaming of a Gay Superman

A young man walked past with a glide that caused a deep, uncomfortable stir within the barbershop. One of the patrons laughed and said, with a forced disdain, “These faggots