Tag "Attraction"

Our Stories 48 Comments

ANSWERING THE SIREN CALL

To be caught in an emotional turmoil was the last thing I expected I’d have to deal with when I resumed school for the final semester of my university education

Our Stories 34 Comments

THE DILEMMA OF CHYKING THE MAN

There are a lot of things that make living as a gay man in Nigeria difficult: there is the Nigerian brand of homophobia that is hateful and violent and ironically

Our Stories 25 Comments

CURRENTS THAT SPARKED NO FIRE

I am not an attention seeker but I tend to start liking someone when they give me attention. From a distance, though; I hate in-your-face kind of attention. This particular

Our Stories 24 Comments

STRAIGHT BOY SPECIAL

Manager: Can you go nude for a photoshoot? Me: Nigga, what are you on about again? Manager: (LOL) I got a really great offer and I think you will love

Series (Non-Fiction) 43 Comments

SUITS AND TIES (Part 11)

He was employed at my workplace on a contractual basis, as a member of a team of consultants. They were programmers employed to automate a particular process in the company.

Fiction 40 Comments

TORN

I am depressed. Forlorn. Weary at heart. Devastated. Immensely unhappy. You could even say I am on that thin ice of contemplating suicide and you won’t be far from the

Our Stories 9 Comments

The Thirst Trap In My Bed

Sometimes, I feel like my aunt has clued on to the fact that I am a homosexual. If you know me, you’ll know that I’m not that much of a

Fiction 13 Comments

The Perfect Man

Love. It’s never been more than a word to me. If anything, the idea of love and romance feels like a joke. People describe the phenomenon of love with exciting

Our Stories 37 Comments

Still In Lust With The Man Who Kitoed Me

Growing up, I had a huge crush on Dubem. Dubem was every definition of a beautiful man. Dark, muscular, athletic, with the most beautiful set of sparkling white teeth. I

Opinion Pieces 9 Comments

Opinion: The Problem With Preferences

When being called out for superficiality, people cling to the term “preference.” In most cases, people use the term out of context; they use it to justify and perpetuate damaging