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  1. blue fox
    July 28, 2014

    How I wish

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  2. trystham
    July 28, 2014

    YES!!!!! Soon my dear writer, soon. We like to copy things in this Nigeria. This is something I look forward to.

    BTW, how do y’all do these facebook hook-up things? Do these guys write “I am gay” on their profiles? I have never understood the explanations :s #VeryConfused

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    • pinkpanthertb
      July 28, 2014

      Hahahahaa!! Oh Trystham darling, you have still a long way to go. Would you like to come for Aunt Pinky’s tutorials?

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      • Jarch
        July 28, 2014

        Asin eh no be small mine field. We should collaborate pinky dear and give tips on facebook fishing

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      • pinkpanthertb
        July 28, 2014

        Now THAT’s something. Why don’t you let your people call my people so we negotiate something… 🙂

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    • Jarch
      July 28, 2014

      Loool……L for Learner…. But to be fair its a very tricky thing, especially if you’re using your real facebook profile rather than a “catfish”

      Things could go south sometimes, and lead to a no so pleasant outing

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      • pinkpanthertb
        July 28, 2014

        True. It’s like skirting thru a minefield. Gotta learn the subtle art. 😀

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      • trystham
        July 28, 2014

        Give real fb profile kwa??? Its just that I have a problem with tagging ppl. I got these frenz n d instant they see one fb profile, BAM! This one is a tb. Poor dude had no hope of not being tagged.

        Pinkie, maybe all I need is an upgrade on my gaydar activation techniques. No???

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    • ace
      July 28, 2014

      Maybe my gaydar is etched in my psyche because most of the time, I just know when someone on Facebook is gay. And other times, if the person has over 15 mutual gay friends on his profile chances are he is.

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  3. Chizzie
    July 28, 2014

    I remember speaking to a Ugandian transman recently ( female to male.yes I should probably penned an article abt this) who lives and works in Ugandan and was in Nigeria recently for a fellowship. He said that he was surprised at how deep in the closet Nigerian gays are…even in Uganda arguably the most homophobic country in the world, most gays are out and certainly not as secretive as Nigerians. He concluded that Nigerian gays are cowards…and I couldn’t agree more. if a transman living in Uganda can have more balls than we gays in Nigeria. ..then we are indeed lower than cowards and we deserve very much to be exploited until we have the courage to begin a revolution.

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    • Chizzie
      July 28, 2014

      Ps ignore typos. ..still slightly hungover.

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      • pinkpanthertb
        July 28, 2014

        Someone has gotten back on the saddle, no?

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      • Chizzie
        July 28, 2014

        lol almost. .!

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  4. Lexus
    July 28, 2014

    Hope aunty pinky lesson doesnt end in d bedroom

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    • pinkpanthertb
      July 28, 2014

      Ill be teaching him Facebook Hookup 101, not Bedmatics 103. Focus!

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      • Lexus
        July 28, 2014

        Facebook hookup or bedmatic practicals required

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  5. Lexus
    July 28, 2014

    Chizzie enuf. I ain’t seeing you doing demos. Be the change u wanna see

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  6. Obatala
    July 28, 2014

    #killThemAll who is with me?

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  7. Absalom
    July 28, 2014

    I think I was telling somebody the other day that as far as lgbt rights are concerned, this time, Naija might just carry last. The same way we’re running to Cotonou for univerisity education, we will wake up one day to see that all our ‘fellow backward countries’ have left us behind. That same Uganda Chizzie is talking about has held two pride parades. Which one we don do?

    Truth is: nobody will have a miraculous change of heart and give us our rights. If we don’t fight back, 500 years to come we will still be where we are on this matter and talking….like I’m doing now. Hehe.

    Forget that pretentious article I wrote that time about the law. I lied. I am in full support of violence against all gay bashers. They have our time. Why can’t we have their time too? By the time we deal with 1 or 2 of them – that kind of beating where the bloodied eyeball will be hanging out of the socket by a mere tissue – and we have made all the major headlines the next day, the idiots will go back and tell their friends the story.

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  8. lluvmua
    July 28, 2014

    Aunty pinky, I would like to join d tutorial class o *eye lashes* and true we all need 2 fight back against all this hungry bitches *angry*

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  9. Dennis Macauley
    July 28, 2014

    Did anybody watch that episode of “queer as folk” where they started “Pink Positive force”? We need something like that.
    I do have a story where a blackmailer was severely dealt with. The truth is that money gives you a voice, gives you connections which gives you power. You can call the DPO, explain the “difficult situation” you are in and he will send you a gang of “understanding officers” who won’t ask questions and you thoroughly deal with the person involved.
    We need to make money!!!

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  10. Absalom
    July 28, 2014

    Nah, Dennis. We don’t need money. After all we have gays in high places and govt who kept mum on the law. What you’re talking about means that homosexuality will remain a crime but if you have connections, you can escape jail. That’s not the rights we need. What we need is a will; seems many of us have not gotten to that enough-is-enough phase.

    And oh, that episode of QAF you mentioned…on point.

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  11. JustJames
    July 28, 2014

    It’s time to put to use the gym bodies many of us (except me and my lazy self) have worked so hard to get.

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  12. trystham
    July 28, 2014

    @Ace Good luck with that. I only hope I’m not near you when that gaydar shii fails…*shudder*

    Much as I don’t like the whole set-up n gaybash thingy, I think some ppl.deserve it ESPECIALLY those ‘converters’. There is this mumu on a conversion rampage who wants to ‘tear my nyash’ according to the words of my friend. My friend puts up the converters number on his PM n asks all his contacts to check against their phonebook n out him to his family if they have his number. I immediately text Mr Randy converter, ask him to dstroy his SIM n also not hook up with anybody. What will mumu say “I’m not A gay o”. LIKE SERIOUSLY!!! Will TB ppl ever learn?

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  13. Legalkoboko
    July 28, 2014

    I can’t agree more with Dannis here.

    We need to make an awful lot of cash. Money makes the world (especially the 9ja world ) go round.

    By all means, get the police involved! Hire a lawyer! Hookup with a compassionate gay friendly journalist who will be willing to publish our story. These things will require pouring serious cash down the drain, but the stupid anti gay laws aren’t going to change if we don’t have the cash to move things in our own little way.

    As for those Sorry blackmail guys, I’m still flipping through my book , searching for the right response.
    Lol!!

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