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LIVING AGAIN

We were both quarreling that day. Our voices were raised and angry. My voice especially, a sharp tongue scissoring the air, had not a single pause in it. How could

The Happenings 0 Comments

Post-Twitter Ban, LGBTQ Nigerians Remind Everyone That Gay Rights Are Human Rights

On Friday June 4, the Nigerian Federal Government ordered a ban on Twitter in Nigeria. And by Saturday, mobile phone networks blocked access to the microblogging site after apparently being

Our Stories 13 Comments

THE MANAGER

“Good afternoon, are you here to eat?” Those were the first words he said to me when I stepped inside the restaurant located in Wuse. I had a lunch date

Dear KD 6 Comments

The Proposal: Three Nigerian Men Are Looking For Queer Women To Partner With In Contract Marriages

1. I am Prince, a 32-year-old gay businessman based in Eastern Nigeria. I’m looking for a Queer woman of any ethnicity (preferably Igbo) who’s interested in a mutual relationship which

The Happenings 1 Comment

Nigerian Government bans Twitter “indefinitely” following deletion of President Buhari’s tweet

Through its Ministry of Information and Culture today, the Nigerian government announced its decision to suspend the operations of the social media platform, Twitter, in the country. The statement, made

The Happenings 1 Comment

‘Call Me By Your Name’ Sequel May No Longer Be Happening

Despite previously confirming that a Call Me By Your Name sequel was on the way, director Luca Guadagnino has now suggested it’s unlikely to happen. The film’s original stars, Timothée

Our Stories 3 Comments

THE DAY WHEN WE JUST ARE (A Message About Pride)

You must think gay people do too much, especially with the whole Pride thing. I can see you thinking: We know that they are gay, so there is no need

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