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HOSTEL CONFESSIONS (Chapter Four)

Chapter 4: Social Night On Saturday nights, we usually held the Social Night in our assembly hall. We would all troop into the hall, looking forward to the people who

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THE HOOK-UP STORY (A Top Like Ahmed)

For a while now, sex has been more of a process to attaining release than an activity of intimacy and ultimately, sexual gratification. I have no idea if it’s my

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The NYSC Diaries (Entry 4)

What will the son of man not see in this camp? From both the sly, irritating, funny and not-so-funny comments that I have been managing to take in my stride,

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HOSTEL CONFESSIONS (Chapter Three)

Chapter 3: Taking Over The resumption date was drawing close and I was dreading going back to school to meet another set of seniors. The day however was soon upon

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The NYSC Diaries (Entry 3)

The next day was a blurry rush of parade and exercises and platoon matters and all the ad hoc wahala that comes with camp. In all of this, I had

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HOSTEL CONFESSIONS (Chapter Two)

Chapter 2: First Adjustment Boarding house wasn’t as bad as Ahmed and Sanni made it out to be, especially after my encounter with Kelvin. We didn’t eventually hook up again,

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The NYSC Diaries (Entry 2)

4:45 am. Beagle sounds! Loud. Fucking loud. Like, screaming-right-in-my-ears loud. Thankfully, I’d taken my bath around 3:30 am and was already dressed. I just wanted to get some more rest

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HOSTEL CONFESSIONS

Chapter 1: The Beginning “Kwadobe nu. Unu na-aga boarding house,” my father said to me and my old brother as he stepped into the house that day after work. He

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The NYSC Diaries

For me, the news of the state I’d been posted to for the National Youth Service Corps, otherwise known as Now Your Suffering Continues, left me with mixed feelings. Confusion,

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The Bottom Chronicles (Entry 6)

A friend of mine once said that all Tops should bottom at least once, so that they would have more consideration and express more sensitivity for what Bottoms have to