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A DIFFERENT KIND OF SHAME

Internalized homophobia is something we’re all familiar with in our community, an evil we can spot right off the bat when the person it’s plaguing starts projecting it. It is

Series (Fiction) 29 Comments

The KGB Boy Origins (Part 3)

EDITOR’S NOTE: Today’s is Mitch’s birthday. And so, of course, it is only fitting for his day to be commemorated by the final chapter of his brilliant origin story of

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Woman Breaks Up With Her Husband For Kicking Out Their Gay Son, And We Can’t Help But Stan

There are those of us who are lucky enough to have parents who are supportive even after they have found out who we truly are, and in such cases, accepting

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Submissive Partners And The Toxic Masculinity Among Gay Men and Women

On Twitter recently, someone asked: “What was your worst date experience?” And a Twitter user with the handle @notresqs went on to narrate a date they’d had, which can only

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WHORE Of BABYLON (Episode 24)

I pull shut the zipper of my sandals just as the door squeaks open. Still in that bent position, I watch as Iliana silently shuts the door behind her; her

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‘Elite’ Introduces Gorgeous New Faces To Its Cast For Season 4

Netflix’s Elite has won plaudits for its sexually-progressive storylines and glossy mix of murder and intrigue since it debuted in 2018, and after season three wrapped a fair few lose

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NIGHT ON BABATUNDE STREET

Thoughts of that night still snake into my consciousness like a dream. It has been a few years, and yet I still cannot believe the incidents of that night. Like

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Netflix cancels production of Turkish series, ‘If Only’, due to pressure to remove Gay Character

Netflix has canceled filming on its latest Turkish original, If Only, amid pressure from local authorities to remove a gay character from the series. The eight-part relationship drama was announced

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THE UGLY SIDE OF LOVE

Growing up, I had crushes on both boys and girls. But my father was a pastor and so, exploring my homosexual crushes wasn’t something I could do. However, I tried

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“You have HIV. HIV does not have You.” Activist Morris Singletary is using his story of seroconversion sto help Black Gay Men deal with HIV

Originally published on Queerty   If there’s a person qualified to talk about the personal impact of an HIV diagnosis, it’s Atlanta’s Morris A. Singletary. When he was diagnosed in