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Series (Non-Fiction) 3 Comments

THE COLLEGE CHRONICLES (Episode 8)

It was November 2016, and school had resumed for a new session. I didn’t write my year two second semester exams due to my ill health. I knew the workload

The Happenings 2 Comments

#EndSARS: The Inclusion of Queer Lives In The Protest Continues To Be Debated

It’s been reported that on Wednesday October 14, queer Nigerians who came out to be part of the protest in Abuja were attacked, their placards and the pride flag they

Kito Stories 20 Comments

THE BROTHER’S KEEPER (A Coming Out Story)

I come from a large family, seven siblings and my mother. My father passed away years ago. My siblings and I are all adults and grown out of our home

The Happenings 1 Comment

Lupita Nyong’o’s ‘Americanah’ Series No Longer Moving Forward at HBO Max

Lupita Nyong’o’s series adaptation of the Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie novel Americanah is no longer moving ahead as planned at HBO Max after Nyong’o was forced to exit the series. Americanah

Series (Non-Fiction) 5 Comments

Eez Positive I Positive! I No Kill Person! (Episode 7)

Who told this you people’s nonsense government to ease the lockdown? Ehn? That’s how Nne Mitch has come back to this house to start peppering my destiny with her plenty

The Happenings 2 Comments

Gay Man Gives The Best Response To Troll Who Chats Him Up On Grindr With An Insult

A gay man shared a tweet that went viral, a clear indication that many others could identity with it. Jono Mitchell is an Atlanta-based filmmaker and actor, who has used

Editor's Desk 0 Comments

Random Questions: About Cinema Hookups

This is a story I am hoping someone will someday tell here on Kito Diaries: about their sexploits in the movie theater. The one time I was ever that adventurous,

Kito Stories 27 Comments

SCREAMING FOR MY HOMOSEXUAL LIFE (A Kito Story)

Walking into a kito trap for a second time in my life was something I never imagined would happen to me. I matched with Ray (real name of account) on

The Happenings 1 Comment

#QueerNigerianLivesMatter: Queer Nigerians Were Allegedly Attacked By Fellow #EndSARS Protesters In Abuja

The past few days have shown a demonstration of the unity of Nigerian voices demanding for police reform and the disbandment of the rogue police unity called SARS (Special Anti

Editor's Desk 6 Comments

COMING OUT IS SOMETIMES JUST THE BEGINNING

Coming out can be an incredibly freeing thing to experience. All those expectations that are placed on your life by family and friends, the lies you tell to thwart suspicion,