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FROM FATHER, WITH LOVE (Entry 2)

Son, There is this passage I love from the Bible. It says: “…don’t forget the assembling together of the brethren.” Primarily, I believe, it refers to the assembling together of

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Waka Pass Diaries (Coming Out To Love)

March 10 When you come out and it goes well, when you look someone you care about in the eye and say, “I am gay”, and (s)he responds, “You’re still

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THE HUSTLE OF A RAINBOW (Episode 9)

The last time you heard from me, I was in a relationship with Cici, happily in love and all. That was in faraway February. It was just another February past

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Waka Pass Diaries (Joromi)

March 4 Bae has this thing he does where he sends me songs he thinks I’ll like. And he’s always been spot-on about my musical tastes. It was through him

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FROM FATHER, WITH LOVE

Son, The day you tell you, with all that uncertainty and fear filling your eyes, that you are gay will be the day this letter will be yours to read.

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THE OPEN LOVE LETTERS: Entry 6

Dear You I have something to say. Two years ago, Love found me. It wasn’t a perfect love but I was happy – because he was my everything. He was

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Waka Pass Diaries (The New Year Resolution)

January 1 It started with an online flirtation, from instagram to Facebook to WhatsApp. He was a man who looked to be in his forties and he had grizzled good

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Waka Pass Diaries (No Kiss But Tell)

November 21 There is something odd about my sexuality that I’ve just had time to ponder on. As someone who places a great deal on intimacy and sex, there is

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Waka Pass Diaries (The Wet Dream)

October 21 I had a wet dream during my afternoon nap – an occurrence that was incredible for two reasons. One, I’ve not had a wet dream in years. It’s

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K’osidim n’obi (Entry 10)

I met Asa three years ago. She isn’t particularly beautiful; she has one of these faces that can blend in anywhere. Her beauty is subtle. And her body is something