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DIFFERENT STROKES

One of the gifts I believe being gay has given me is the ability to be open-minded to things different from what I’m used to, to not see the world

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Grindr Is A Place Where People Come To Get Sex

Let’s stop kidding ourselves, all of us who would like to think that Grindr ought to be more: it’s not. It’s a medium for hookups and sex – and that’s

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Call You Daddy Or Sir?

“So. What’s it like to only date older men?” It’s a preference of mine to only be turned on by men who have existed way before I was born. A

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From Karma, With Love

Treat others just the way you would love to be treated. This has been one of my greatest philosophies in life. This philosophy has made me learn to be tolerant

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Hello. It’s Me.

It was on the 26th of February, 2020, on a hot Wednesday afternoon by 2:56 pm. I was walking on the walk lane towards the Lekki Phase One gate, when

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FINDING DIMEJI (PART 3)

Previously on FINDING DIMEJI… * Hold me close and hold me fast, this magic spell you cast, This is La vie en rose. When you kiss me, heaven sighs and

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FINDING DIMEJI (PART 2)

Previously on FINDING DIMEJI… * After the awkward experience with his mother, Dimeji and I began to relate freely once again. Weirdly, we grew even closer and practically inseparable following

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Ever Wondered What It’s Like To Be A Gay Porn Star In Nigeria?

This piece was originally published on Dazed Digital In a country where homophobia is still deeply enshrined in law, gay adult actors are finding ways to navigate the risks of

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FINDING DIMEJI

“I don’t know where Dimeji is, sir,” I said in a low tone. It was a lie. “What do you mean by that? Are you not his boyfriend?” Mr. Adeleke

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About The 2018 Egbeda Police Raid And The Broken Lives Of Nigerian Anti-Gay Law Suspects

This piece was originally published on The Wider Image   The 57 men stumbled out of the back of a dark police truck into the glare of a sunny courtyard