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UNFAITHFUL 2: BOYFRIEND

Gay models In my last Unfaithful article, I proposed a theory that maybe the reason most gay men find it difficult going mono is because we grew up without models

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IN PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE

Being gay is a very difficult life to live; it is extremely tough, which is why I find it funny when close-minded bigots refer to homosexuality as a conscious choice

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AFTER THE LAW WAS PASSED. . .

I read about it on Linda Ikeji’s blog. I was at work that day and I spied something about it on my friend’s Blackberry pm, and I just knew the

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UNFAITHFUL 1: IT’S ALL ABOUT SEX

A fucking gay-me We’ve heard it a million times. It’s the very first line spoken in the series “Queer as Folk”. It’s all about sex! Gays can’t keep their dicks

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MY LOVE AFFAIR WITH THE HELP

This is quite the graphic narrative, a walk down memory lane by a new Kito-Diaries-ian, Brandon Rock. Like I said, it’s real and its graphic, a cautionary foreword for readers

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WEDLOCK PADLOCK

I turned twenty-six a couple of years ago. The day after my birthday, my mum woke me up; the time was a little past 3am. She said she couldn’t sleep,

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NOT BORN THIS WAY

Since the 1990s when the scientific community first suggested that homosexuality might be genetic (after drawing blood from gay men and observing sexuality patterns of these men’s brothers and uncles

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THE THRILL

I spend most of my holiday periods texting and meeting up with different interesting guys, falling in and out of lust with them. The best part of it all is

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THE HOE ISSUE

My tale is not quite different from every gay boy that grew up in this country. The feeling of being alone, scared and judged by everyone you know, even your

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CROOKED ADVANTAGE

We live in a dark age. It’s common to hear the man of the 21st century boast about the giant strides that the human species have made on the sands