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BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY

He lives in Abuja…I stay in Lagos. We met on a generic gay dating site.  He had an elusive profile and I had a picture of my bum on mine.

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ABOKI, GIVE US WATER

After my youth service, I moved to the city of Abuja. In spite of the fact that I had lots of family members living comfortably who I could stay with,

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COMING OUT: HOW MY CLOSET IS FURNISHED

One day in the office, my senior colleague Funmi whispered into my ear: “Are you gay?” I smiled. “That wouldn’t be your concern.” I didn’t know what else to say.

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A CHAPTER FROM MY LIFE

This is an achingly sad story from a fellow brother, a story I can totally relate to because it echoes my own life in some ways. Perhaps some of you

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THE QUESTION

Human beings are really very unimaginative. We live in a world where people want everything to be in black and white. But Nature herself displays a contrary opinion high up

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TEARS ON MY PILLOW

Sometimes, I hate God. Don’t get me wrong. I’m Christian. I respect Him A LOT. I adore Him, but where being gay is concerned, I intensely dislike Him. Imagine that

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MILES TO GO TO BECOME MINE

The norm is to meet a guy who is tall, dark and handsome. Well, the guy I met is neither. He’s instead a hunky piece of ice cream. We became

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WHEN THE LAW IS STILL THERE

“After the law was passed…” Recently, we read THIS STORY about one of us who almost got into trouble with a policeman pretending to be gay. What struck me: the story

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10 REASONS WHY YOU CANNOT SAY “STRAIGHT-ACTING”

1. You are not straight. 2. You suggest there is a set way straight guys act. 3. You suggest there is a set way gay guys act. 4. You know

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A Stormy Night

It had rained heavily throughout that day and we knew it would continue into the night! Thunder and lightning hammering and crackling ‎as though Poseidon and Thor were at war.