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BOTTOMS UP

Ever since Ode To Lesbianism was penned by Dr. Brian Rzepczynski, I found myself deeply thinking about the possibility of two Bottoms being in a relationship. A monogamous relationship. I

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Hopes And Fears And Everything In Between

Church was fun all the way down to the sermon. And just when the pastor was going to round up the preaching for the week, he brought up the one

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That Piece About Trans Being the Flavor of the Moment

Originally published on out.com Trans people are hot right now. They’re fabulous, they’re chic, and they’re the toast of the media. Isn’t that great? What could be more swellegant than

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‘Are You Top Or Bottom?’ And Other Two-Way Stereotypes People Play

The world sees in binary. Everything is in twos. Good and evil. Rich and poor. Strong and weak. Gay and straight. Black and white. Male and female. Even the animals

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Their Eyes Are Watching Them

I’ve often wondered why affection between two females does not draw the same wrath that that between two males does. It is not a new thing to see two girls

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No Strings With Mike Daemon (Episode 15)

Wondering if it is possible to merge your strong Christian faith with your sexuality? Well, in this episode, Elizabeth Funke Obisanya, an LGBTIQ minister and filmmaker best known for her

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May The Kite And Eagle Perch

Written by Kambili Chimalu, and originally published on Bellanaija.com * A lot of gay Nigerians are increasingly stepping into the limelight to campaign for their rights as human beings deserving

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No Strings With Mike Daemon (Episode 14)

In this episode, NOSTRINGS catches up with Seyi Adebanjo, a queer, gender non-conforming Nigerian, in the discussion of gender related issues. ‘They’ speak on the reasons why ‘they’ do not

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MY FEARS

FOREWORD: When I read this, my first emotion was surprise. Considering the person who sent it for publication, I could not believe the depth of vulnerability he showed himself capable

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She Asked: FREEDOM OR A SLIPPERY SLOPE TO MORE?

FOREWORD: My attention was brought to a recent Facebook post updated by a female, Eketi Ette. I read it, and I decided to share. Read and of course, let us