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BEN’S DILEMMA

Ok, before we dive in, I would like to say that my life was not always as fucked up as I’m about to narrate to you. I was my dad’s

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A TALE OF AN UPCOMING SCANDAL

When you come out to your family, in their tolerance of your identity, you acquire for yourself a whole new set of problems. It’s like you’re a brand new teenager

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AS A BISEXUAL. . .

As a Bisexual I would keep to time. I would not mix seasons like two unrelated potions, just because “I can drink anything”. I would not translate my flawless identity

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THE DILEMMA OF CHYKING THE MAN

There are a lot of things that make living as a gay man in Nigeria difficult: there is the Nigerian brand of homophobia that is hateful and violent and ironically

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I AM A HOMOSEXUAL

I am a homosexual. If there’s another life, I will still be as homosexual as I am in this life. I’m not just sexually attracted to men; I’m psychologically and

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BI AND HERE

I want to rant. Shall I rant please? OK. Waking up every day to the same old routine of battling with the sheets for 30 minutes before actually getting up,

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OFFICIALLY MISSING YOU

Teddy opened the door and stepped into the apartment. I had not seen her in fourteen days and it’d been rough. I took a glance at her while clearing the

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THE GOLD STAR GAY

The first time I heard the term “gold star gay” was from an online report about an exchange between celebrity BFFs Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper. Apparently, Cohen had never

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DO YOU REMEMBER?

Do you remember what it felt like to grow up confused? I had always been strange but my sexuality revealed just how different I am. People tell tales of blissful

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A Reality Of PTSD

Seven seconds after agreeing to his request to stay the night, I regretted it. He was a hookup, a first time meet who had agreed to come to my place.