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What To Do When You’ve Become a ‘Slut’

In this week’s Hola Papi!, the advice column by writer, Twitterer, and prolific Grindr user John Paul Brammer, a reader has what he believes to be a problem: he’s gotten

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Waka Pass Diaries (Konji Is Not Your Mate)

August 5 I recently did something reckless and quite unusual for me. Something I’m always swift to lecture people around me never to do. I answered the call for a

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The Question About Visibility And Gay Nigerians

On Whisper, I hold back nothing. There’s a certain freedom that comes with anonymity, and I relish it on the app. So when I’m happy, sad, frustrated, horny, reflective, whether it

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  1. Mandy
    August 14, 07:06 Reply

    Ignorant people don’t know to ask questions. There’s something sacred about their ignorance that they seek to protect from the enlightenment of knowledge.

  2. Kenny
    August 14, 07:14 Reply

    The irony of it all. They’re certain they can tell if a man is gay yet they’re cluelessly flirting with one. I would give anything to see the look on their faces when they find out he’s gay…..

  3. Klaus
    August 14, 10:06 Reply

    often, most stereotypes in many cases, either sexuality,race,religion or whatever it is,are mostly true.

  4. Delle
    August 14, 13:27 Reply

    I like both him and his brain.

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