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KITO ALERT LXIV

An update on two Lagos scum you should never get acquainted with: 1 His name is David Ayeti, and he is on Facebook with the same name. He lives in

Our Stories 13 Comments

WHAT NOW?

I got to know Iyke through Vincent. Vincent was my friend and they were dating, Vincent and Iyke. And whenever they had any misunderstanding, I was frequently called on to

The Happenings 5 Comments

Ex-Model Leaon Gordon says Jesus saved him from homosexuality and thinks the Pope doesn’t follow the word of God

It is one thing when someone holds on to their Christian religion to fight their burgeoning homosexuality, and a very curious other thing when the person who has actually lived

The Happenings 2 Comments

Pope Francis Shows A More Tolerant And Inclusive Tone By Voicing Support for Same-Sex Civil Unions

Pope Francis expressed support for same-sex civil unions in remarks revealed in a documentary film that premiered on Wednesday, a significant break from his predecessors that staked out new ground

Kito Stories 14 Comments

THE ORIGINAL SIN (A Kito Story)

I met Moet (the name he introduced himself to me with) on Grindr. I was in Enugu and he was in Port Harcourt. We were chatting off and on for

The Happenings 3 Comments

#EndSARS: Some of the Reactions to the Homophobia in the Movement as Pamela Adie asks, “When Will Queer Lives Matter?”

There has been a lot of contention following the attempts to make the struggles of the Nigerian LGBT community more visible in the ongoing #EndSARS movement. Following the harassment that

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KITO ALERT: The Face of Port Harcourt Scum

He goes by the name, Moet, but he’s on Facebook with the name Arthur Andre Zion. He is based in Port Harcourt. He is also gay. So he knows how

Series (Non-Fiction) 6 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

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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