Tag "LGBT Community"

Editor's Desk 3 Comments

Lessons Learned From ‘She Called Me Woman’ (Entry 8)

[Click here for LESSON 7] LESSON 8 From the chapter, ‘Living A Double Life’, VA had this to say: “When you find people who are like you and you can

The Happenings 4 Comments

Ariana Grande Pens A Love Letter to the LGBTQ Community

Over the past few years, Ariana Grande has proven herself as a luminary for the LGBTQ community. She’s always quick to gush over her endless love for queer people, and

Our Stories 24 Comments

Who’s Afraid of MGMs?

A lot of woke, self-accepting gay men are notoriously averse to the idea of gay men or those who they believe are gay men (some are bisexuals) announcing their marriage

Our Stories 27 Comments

P!nk On P!nk Crime

“To educate a man in mind and not morals is to educate a menace to society.” These words by Theodore Roosevelt reverberated in my being, following the feedback that came

Our Stories 51 Comments

THE OUTREACH THAT IS KITO DIARIES

I remember some time several months ago, during an idle conversation with Pink Panther, when he shared that one of the reasons he hadn’t wanted to embark on the operation

Our Stories 54 Comments

THE ‘CAUSE’

The phrase the “cause” has slowly become an obtrusive term on Kito Diaries in recent months. It’s almost hard to miss when the issues of MGM and bisexuality are discussed.

Series (Non-Fiction) 51 Comments

The Diary of a Nigerian Fuckboy: Pilot Entry

Hello, I’m Duke formerly known as Ace. First, I didn’t want to do this. In fact, I resented the idea of having my own series on the blog; I battled

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LGBTQIDONTKNOW: The Acronym Struggle Is Real

Originally published on advocate.com It used to be so simple. Before there was LGBTQ, there was gay and straight: gay man, gay woman, and straight man and straight woman. Some

Series (Non-Fiction) 151 Comments

RANTINGS OF A RANDOM (Gay) NIGERIAN (Entry 50)

Allow me to tell you a story today; a story about Kathrine Switzer, who was the first woman to compete in the Boston marathon. In that period, the 60s, women

Our Stories 59 Comments

WATER, THICKER THAN BLOOD

It was exactly 1.30am and I’d just concluded a very long conversation with Absalom. We have a habit of engaging on LGBT themed discussions and sometimes, it gets quite heated.