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Our Stories 15 Comments

HE PRAYED

“Oh heavenly father, as this vehicle is about to start this journey, I pray that safety is the portion of every passenger in this bus. I command and bind every

Kito Stories 4 Comments

Kito Alert: Be Mindful Of The Hookups You Get From ‘Friends’

In the past few months, we have had reports of community members who were set up by the guys their friends hooked them up with. There was the case of

Series (Non-Fiction) 6 Comments

LOVE . . . Or Something Like It (Entry 4)

February 14 SURPRISE, SURPRISE! Shortly after moving in with Kai, I decided one day to do something romantic for him. The idea I had was to make him breakfast in

Reviews 2 Comments

‘Grown-ish’ Tackles Homophobia and Toxic Masculinity Among Black People

You may have come across them: all those behaviours that straight men say men are not supposed to have – such as properly wiping their ass after taking a dump,

Our Stories 16 Comments

THE BOY THAT KISSED ANOTHER BOY

It was a regular class with more charts on the walls than actual paint and a blackboard that was almost always covered with a dust of chalk, the sediments pooled

Our Stories 5 Comments

LOOK AT LIFE AND RESPECT THAT

Before going ahead with what I have to say, I would like to first pay homage to whom it’s due: to Sensei for being an endless stream of wisdom; to

Our Stories 3 Comments

A MOMENT IN TIME

“So when did you know that you are queer?” Chike asked. I was taken aback. I hadn’t expected that. Chike was someone I met on Grindr late last year. We

The Happenings 5 Comments

Anti-Gay Uproar Follows After The Opening Of LGBTQ+ Community Center In Ghana, Establishing The Country’s Widespread Homophobia

Homophobic outcry has forced what is reported to be Ghana’s first LGBT+ community center to temporarily close to protect its staff and visitors three weeks after it opened. Church groups,

Our Stories 13 Comments

THROUGH THE DARKNESS

The latter half of 2020 was as exciting for me as an argument with seven dimwits would be for an intellectual. Time became so meaningless that I needed significant events

Our Stories 6 Comments

HIS HALO

I was lounging on a three-seater couch in my portable apartment, playing around with my favorite apps on my phone. I do not live in a fenced compound, and so,