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How The Okada Ban Made Things Hard

When Abuja enforced the ban on commercial motorcyclists known as Okada, other major cities followed suit. I wondered how I was going to be making it to work and back,

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The Brother I Lost

Kito Diaries has been seen by someone who doesn’t bat for our team, guys. And this brother has something to say. Yes, you’re about to read KD’s first write-up written

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THAT THING CALLED HIV

If for some reason you have not heard the recent WHO recommendation concerning HIV and MSM (Men who sleep with men), I am trying really hard not to be surprised

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AND THEN THEY STRUCK

This is not a work of fiction. It happened on the 18th of July, 2014. It was 6:25pm and I had just closed from work. Auditors had been around from

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What People Are Saying

A KDian sent me this. He was trolling through some blogs yesterday, and stumbled on a blogpost on SDK’s blog (you know, that blog owned by the woman that’s like

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And Now He Knows

I have a story to tell. A few months ago, I opened up, in a joking manner, about my sexuality to one of my closest straight friends, he studies in

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Speaking About Stereotypes: Those Things Straight People Get Wrong About Gay Men

Originally published on thetrentonline.com Acceptance of gay people doesn’t end with acceptance. It also includes post-acceptance sensitivity and awareness. Unfortunately, just because someone’s heart is in the right place doesn’t

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FAIRYTALES ARE FOR VIRGINS

‘…He went on farther, and in the great hall he saw the whole of the court lying asleep, and up by the throne lay the king and queen. He continued

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The World Health Organization Is Perpetuating Gay Stereotypes

By Patrick McAleenan, originally published on The Telegraph The World Health Organisation has recommended that all gay men take antiretroviral drugs to stop the spread of HIV, but surely education

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IN PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS

I parked and climbed out of the car with a sigh. I’m not sure I can ever get used to this crazy Lagos traffic, especially around rush hour. I like