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IT SHOULD ALWAYS BE OKAY

Every single time I do a HIV test (an RVST), I spend the fifteen minutes before the result is out thinking about every nasty, skanky-ass, ball-slappingly-shady piece of sex I’ve

Editor's Desk 3 Comments

URGENT PLEA FOR ACCOMMODATION

Good day, guys. My name is Kingsley and I am based in the South. I just recently got a job in Lagos, in Ikeja, around Allen Avenue. And I am

Series (Non-Fiction) 5 Comments

SOMETHING ABOUT ROSEMARY (A Suits And Ties Episode)

Previously on Suits & Ties: “Wait first, Rosemary,” I said, cutting her off. “How do you know all these things? Can you explain how you became knowledgeable of the different

The Happenings 1 Comment

Some Of The Best Twitter Reactions To Lil Nas X’s Montero #CMBYM Music Video

On March 25, Lil Nas X released the much anticipated video for his song, MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name), and it went instantly viral. The video features and unabashedly

The Happenings 1 Comment

“The Truth Is I Am Pushing An Agenda.” Lil Nas X Shares His Coming Out Story in Empowering Letter to His Younger Self

At 21 years old, Lil Nas X is doing something his 14-year-old self never thought possible. The Old Town Road superstar never imagined he would come out publicly, he explained

Fiction 7 Comments

EVERYTHING GOOD WILL COME (Part 2)

Previously on EVERYTHING GOOD WILL COME…   5 You fell into depression days later. You were as broken as you were self-loathing. You couldn’t see a possible future where everything

Kito Stories 2 Comments

#RepealSSMPA: A Kito Story In Threads

Antigay violence, it seems, is no longer simply waiting for us to fall into the trap of kito scum. They apparently now bring the violence to us. Not only are

Our Stories 7 Comments

#RepealSSMPA: WHICH WAY, QUEER NIGERIA?

I just realized that if it actually comes down to Nigerian Queer people taking to the streets to gain our freedom, then we are UTTERLY FUCKED! Like for Real. Like

The Happenings 2 Comments

Some Ghanaian Lawmakers Want to Criminalize LGBTQ+ Advocacy

Ghanaian parliamentarian Samuel Nartey George announced on Facebook on March 8 that he and seven other members of parliament were introducing a bill to “ban the advocacy and act of

Fiction 13 Comments

EVERYTHING GOOD WILL COME

1 He came to your Facebook messenger and stirred up a conversation. You were reluctant to reply at first. His account was a catfish, with photos of semi-nude Black bodybuilders.