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Rape Is Not Only When There’s Blood And A Crying Girl

I can’t say I remember exactly how it started but on the night I just got home, slightly tipsy from alcohol, my brothers and I got into an argument about

Opinion Pieces 9 Comments

Dismantling Those Myths About Gay Sex

I find it weird that straight people cannot get their minds out of our asses. They’re obsessed with how we have sex, what happens before and after. It’s even weirder

The Happenings 3 Comments

Sitcom ‘Friends’ comes to Netflix and viewers are shocked at the show’s homophobia, transphobia and misogyny

Friends is probably one of the most known series, and that is the reasons that millions of fans were thrilled when it was announced that it would be coming to

Opinion Pieces 6 Comments

A Quick Note on HIV Confidentiality (Disclosure of HIV Status)

Sometime in December 2014, President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan signed into law Nigeria’s HIV and AIDS Anti-Discrimination Act. Amongst many other things, the act clearly stipulates the rights and responsibilities of

The Happenings 2 Comments

A court orders these 16 countries to make same-sex marriage legal

A number of Latin American countries do not allow same-sex marriage. However, that trend is changing. A Latin American human rights court said Tuesday that countries in the region should

Our Stories 27 Comments

Time Changes Yesterday

Six years ago, I was in the university. And Ben was still trying to get an admission. We were classmates in secondary school, but we didn’t have much of a

From The Net 2 Comments

How To Get Over Your Ex—And Love Again

In the past couple of months, I’ve been in a position where a few friends were undergoing heartbreak over ended relationships, and because of my battle to get over my

The Happenings 4 Comments

Oprah for President draws a lot of reactions from Lady Gaga, Donald Trump and the social media

There are reports that Oprah is ‘actively thinking’ about running in 2020 for the US Presidency after her speech on gender equality prompted a standing ovation at the Golden Globes.

Fiction 11 Comments

Finding Him Again

When Chinedu Okafor discovered, as a thirteen-year-old, that he enjoyed looking at the bodies of boys, it bothered him a lot as he knew this was not a normal thing

Our Stories 4 Comments

Four Years Later

It is exactly 4 years since the Same Sex Marriage (Prohibition) act was passed into law under President Goodluck Jonathan. I woke up the morning after the law was passed