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ABOUT COMING OUT

My nuclear family and some of my extended family know I’m gay, thanks to mother. I didn’t mind that she told my dad and brothers. It was inevitable. But then

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IBADAN, HERE I COME!

We met on Grindr late last year, Moyo and I. He sent me his picture, and I found him very attractive. In my world, on a scale of 1-10, he

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The First And Many Other Times

I wish I could tell that exact moment I discovered I was attracted to guys. I can’t. I remember when I was in shorts, my mates and I would go

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The Gay Man In 2017

The Nigerian Gaybourhood bewilders me plenty these days. I find myself of the opinion that Nigerian gay men are uniquely unbelievable. This short story will demonstrate what I mean. About

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THE LUCKY ONES

We were walking down the street, laughing at jokes that only the two of us in the entire world could get. It was evening, and the combination of the florescent

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INTERSEX: A SHADE OF NATURE

Originally published on accesstogoodhealthinitiative.com In our early ages, we are taught that everything comes with an exact opposite: black and white, good and evil, liquid and solid, men and women

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I Sometimes Wonder About Love

I sometimes wonder about love… Not the physical kind that flutters away with a warm, passionate night. The other kind… That deep rush of emotions that sates you and then

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THE DEVIL UNDER YOUR SKIN

I want to tell you a story about life. And it begins and ends with my very first boyfriend. For the purpose of this story, I will call him ‘Karl’.

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About Religion, Ultimatums, And Gay Relationships

I had some thoughts on the story, The Love That Wasn’t Meant To Be. First, I think it is not ideal to manage a relationship by the means of an

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THE SIGNIFICANCE OF BOBRISKY

Let me just come right out and say it: I like Bobrisky. And not in the generic “I like babies; they are cute” way. I do like Bobrisky. Beyond his