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‘Pose’ To End With Upcoming Season 3 On FX

FX’s groundbreaking series, Pose, is set to end after its forthcoming season. The series co-created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Steven Canals will enter its third and final season

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HOLDING ON, SURVIVNG HELL

I will like to first of all express my immense gratitude to this community. After my story was posted here about the hell I’ve been going through, a number of

Series (Non-Fiction) 11 Comments

THE HOOK-UP STORY (A Dare Gone Wrong)

So, I have this thing I call The Peak. That is when I have reached the zenith of my sexcapade for a particular period and I stop having sex. This

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Lil Nas X Responds To Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Homophobic Comments, Says He Slid Into His DMs

Tekashi 6ix9ine’s attempt at clowning Lil Nas X may have backfired. On Thursday (March 4), 6ix9ine commented on an Instagram blog post featuring a New York Post article headline about

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What Do You Do When You’re Tired Of Being A Secret?

A question that frequently comes up during conversations in queer spaces is this: Would you tell your sister if you found out that she was dating or getting married to

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Chelsea star Michael Essien lends support to the Ghanaian LGBTQ Community, faces backlash, and withdraws his support

Chelsea footballer, Michael Essien sparked controversy when he posted a pro-equality message in support of the belaboured community in his home country where homosexuality is still illegal. The former midfielder,

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To All The Boys I’ve Loved (Entry 9)

Dear Dayo, It still beats me that we haven’t met after all these years of texting each other. Remember we started with Instagram? Your confidence was scary but it kind

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Idris Elba And Naomi Campbell Sign Letter Supporting Ghanaian LGBTQ+ Community, As President Nana Akufo-Addo Rules Out Legalization Of Gay Rights

Some of the UK’s most prominent people of Ghanaian heritage have come together to condemn their former homeland for its stance on gay rights in what will be seen as