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RANTINGS OF A RANDOM (Gay) NIGERIAN (Entry 7)

I had a really long day and I just wanted to get home and pass out. The demon that is Port Harcourt traffic had other plans for me, as nearly

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BEFORE I DIE: 5 (The Sex-Hunger Games)

It isn’t Monday yet. I am still waiting for my first doctor’s appointment. Batman Mum has sworn an oath to make sure I don’t miss it, particularly to make sure

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KIZITO SPEAKS

Last year was my debut year. I had discovered (not accepted) my sexuality three years earlier. But, the honey pot was opened last year. Hmmm. So, about two years ago,

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RANTINGS OF A RANDOM (Gay) NIGERIAN (Entry 6)

Last week was Valentine’s week, which I have never been a fan of; for starters, I don’t like the crowd mentality and doing things that I am expected to do,

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BEFORE I DIE: 4 (There’s A Reason For Everything)

“Undetectable viral load…” It is all I can think about. I can’t get the words out of my head. Although the e-book has told me what undetectable viral load is,

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RANTINGS OF A RANDOM (Gay) NIGERIAN (Entry 5)

By the grace of God – This is my least favorite (Nigerian) expression right after “Manage it”. My aversion to this phrase has nothing to do with my faith or

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BEFORE I DIE: 3 (Lean On Me)

I am walking through the corridor and I notice something. Everyone is staring at me, and laughing. I keep my head down and walk on straight. I don’t want to

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THE HOOK-UP STORY

It was a lazy Saturday for me. The atmosphere outside was still under the hold of the characteristic London chill. The festivities were still in gear, and so, there was

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

I am a rebel, something that, of course, comes with the territory of being a gay man; it has been this way for as long as I can remember. As

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BEFORE I DIE: 2 (And He Comes Undone)

Dad doesn’t say a word, at least not immediately. He sits heavily on his bed, then turns and looks at me. The silence is really awkward, and I just have