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Waka Pass Diaries (Friend With Benefits)

August 11 There’s this friend of mine who has a Friend-With-Benefits relationship with me. The sex is really good. But that has been all we have. Really good sex. Plus

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DEAR STRAIGHT PEOPLE (Episode 2)

Dear Straight People If Only You Could Open The Window To Your Heart. Let’s go on a journey, an exposition of some sort, on the life of a hypothetical gay

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Waka Pass Diaries (A New Kind of Salsa)

August 4 When I saw him walk into the venue, I felt a familiar crushing mix of resentment and desire. This was a guy who I both hated and wanted.

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DEAR STRAIGHT PEOPLE

Dear Straight People I really do not understand some of you people. You really don’t have to be an LGBT ally, I swear. You don’t. Please if you aren’t, do

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The Bottom Chronicles (Entry 5)

Getting to a place of self acceptance meant I had to overcome two kinds of shame: the shame of being gay and the shame of being bottom. I remember back

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MORE RANTINGS OF A RANDOM (Gay) NIGERIAN (Entry 4)

I have been called “heterophobic” more times that I can remember, mostly from straight people whom I have the misfortune of working closely together with. These “allies”, most of whom

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MORE RANTINGS OF A RANDOM (Gay) NIGERIAN (Entry 3)

Hello, my name is Dennis and I do not like straight people. There. I said it. No, this is not my article about “heterophobia”; I still need to properly articulate

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DIARY OF A TRANS NIGERIAN WOMAN

Like most children, my sense of awareness started at the age of four, when I began to compare my genitals, amongst other things, with those of my female playmates. I

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MORE RANTINGS OF A RANDOM (Gay) NIGERIAN (Entry 2)

Hello everyone Today, I want to talk about something very important which affects all of us. So, early 2016, one of my friends who I knew from my university days

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MORE RANTINGS OF A RANDOM (Gay) NIGERIAN

I spent some time with my grand mom in the village many years ago. I was a sickly child and my parents had to travel for a course. My siblings