Tag "insecurity"

Series (Fiction) 34 Comments

DOWN LOW (EPISODE 12)

Previously on Down Low… * Martin woke with a start to find Ayo regarding him with an unreadable expression from his perch on an armchair across from the L-shaped couch

Our Stories 39 Comments

IF I COULD CHOOSE

What inspired me to write this piece was an interview I watched on YouTube about a week ago where the gay guy who was being interviewed was asked if he

Our Stories 24 Comments

Something Said About Men And Women

I recently happened upon this Facebook post, another perspective on the gender disparity between men and women, updated by Uju Okorie, and I simply had to share. Check on it

Fiction 44 Comments

PAMPERS

When your baby brother was born in the hospital, that place that smelled strangely of liquid soap and disinfectant, your father bought a big pack of pampers for his shit

Our Stories 33 Comments

The Piece About The Body Image Struggles Of Men

Originally published on huffingtonpost.com The fruitless quest for a “perfect” body isn’t unique to women, though based on the body image conversations we tend to hear, it’s easy to think

Our Stories 128 Comments

MY FEARS

FOREWORD: When I read this, my first emotion was surprise. Considering the person who sent it for publication, I could not believe the depth of vulnerability he showed himself capable

Our Stories 18 Comments

No Strings With Mike Daemon (Episode 7)

I have observed that people sometimes ponder on the erroneous idea that one’s sexual orientation can be changed. Even some homosexuals are guilty, especially when still in the discovery phase.

Love And Sex In The City 40 Comments

LOVE AND SEX IN THE CITY (Episode 35)

I woke up in a cocoon of contentment and warmth that was made especially more delicious by the chill that snaked its way around the room from the Sunday morning

Our Stories 37 Comments

That Article About Gay Men And What They’re Still Learning To Love About Their Bodies

Originally published on nightcharm.com After centuries of religious oppression and decades of sexual shaming and second-class citizenship, gay men are finally achieving legal and social equality with the ability to

James' Journal 55 Comments

JAMES’ JOURNAL (Entry 28)

January 31 Okay… I didn’t want to put anything up this Sunday, because I didn’t have much to write. Actually I had something to write, but I wondered if it

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