Tag "internalized homophobia"

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“Homosexuality is a form of identity crisis.” Self-proclaimed sexuality doctor, Chukwuma Joseph Chima, has all the answers

In a recent Facebook post, an average Nigerian man, Chukwuma Joseph Chima, who calls himself a “sexuality doctor”, posited his thoughts on homosexuality. It is such delightful, IQ-dropping read, y’all.

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How Rejecting Labels Is A Sign Of Internalized Homophobia

Originally published on intomore.com Stefano Gabbana has always been a PR car-crash; when he’s not busy downplaying sexual assault or denouncing gay adoption, the designer spends his time creating “mammy”

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“I Will Fight For You But…” The Shame Of The LGBT Activist

The post you’re yet to read is very contextual. Without revealing much, especially considering the group’s terms of security, there exists on Facebook a group for Nigerian men. In this

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The Question About The End Of One’s Self-Consciousness Over Being Gay

David Hudson questions his internalized homophobia and wonders if it will ever go away in this piece originally published on gaystarnews.com * At what age does one’s internalized homophobia fade

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NO HOMO

This year has been shitty for me relationship-wise. Really shitty! It usually goes thus: Bain meet’s boy. Boy is straight. Boy knows Bain is gay. Boy doesn’t have a problem

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About Religion, Ultimatums, And Gay Relationships

I had some thoughts on the story, The Love That Wasn’t Meant To Be. First, I think it is not ideal to manage a relationship by the means of an

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Dancing The Mad Dance With Mr. Right-Now

They say those whom the gods want to destroy, they first make mad. I’d never taken any meaning to that saying until I met Ephraim. Our brief rela-fuck-ship of a

James' Journal 6 Comments

IBK’s JOURNAL (Entry 24)

August 19 Hey guys! It’s been a while. How y’all deewing? It’s been a fantastic week (end) for me. After exams, I headed right on over to Pookie’s and although

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Hangman’s Noose

Was it the times I took my bucket to fetch water at the tap? Or when I would queue up on the bathing line waiting patiently for my turn to

Fiction 46 Comments

FLOWERS ON HIS HEAD

The first time you heard the word ‘Grindr’ was on a series on the telly. One of the gay characters had used it to meet up with a boy, after