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That Piece About The Difference Between Fucking, Sex And Making Love

Originally published on gayguys.com I’ve had all kinds of sex, honey – some at my prime, others not so much. What I’ve realized, now that I’m at an age to

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The Piece About A New Jenneration

Bruce Jenner admitted on Live Television that he is now a woman. And world over, people reacted to the news, even right here on Kito Diaries. There were congratulations, support,

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STICKS AND STONES, BLOOD AND BONES

FOREWORD: Previously on Dubem’s HIV story, click HERE to read. * ‘One day, when the glory comes It will be ours, it will be ours Oh, one day, when the

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No Strings With Mike Daemon (Episode 8)

It is no news that a homosexual person in Nigeria faces the threat of 14 years imprisonment. Homosexuality in Nigeria is perceived to be western induced; its omission from the

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‘Why I Won’t Stop Talking About The LGBT Community.’ – John Pavlovitz

This piece, which was penned by my all-time favorite blogger, John Pavlovitz and originally published on johnpavlovitz.com with the title ‘Why I’m Tired of Talking About The LGBT Community… And

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My Fascination With Gay Parties

I love gay parties! This is not because I am a horny bastard or because of the fact I like when a guy is grinding on me or vice versa.

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Before I Became Dennis

I was arguing with a friend of mine just the other day. We were sitting out as a group, having drinks during the weekend. One of us was expecting a

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Would You Date An HIV-Positive Guy?

Matthew Hodson, the Chief Executive of GMFA, writes on the continued stigmatisation of HIV-positive people, and argues that avoiding sex or a relationship with someone HIV-positive is actually a bad

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A VERSE TO COMPLAINERS

The following are true stories. On the 26th of May, 2003, Aron Ralston was hiking when a boulder fell on his right hand. He waited four days, and then amputated

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THE DARK CLOUD

It feels like I’m about to die, with a tight chest and an aching back. I struggle to turn my limp body to the side to catch my breath. I