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MAYBE TOMORROW

The last time I told a story about life, I was graduating from school, HIV positive and full of hope, riding off into the sunset with a boyfriend who loved

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AFTER THE NUT

“Once I nut, all that gay shit be over.” This was a tweet that recently had Twitter divided. Gay twitter, I mean. Some people agreed with it, saying that it’s

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MY SISTER’S MAN

I matched with a guy on Tinder a few months ago. He was a very good looking guy, but when we started chatting, I was careful to not get flirty

The Happenings 3 Comments

Ghana moves forward with anti-gay bill proposing 10-year prison sentence

An anti-gay legislation submitted to Ghana’s parliament could propose up to 10 years in jail for LGBTQ+ people as well as groups and individuals who advocate for their rights, express

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The Proposal: An Overseas-Based Queer Nigerian Is Looking For A Lesbian/Bi Woman To Make A Family With

Hello everyone I am Jerry, a medical doctor based in Chicago. I am in my early 30s. I am looking for a lesbian or bisexual woman from any ethnicity who

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KEEPING FAITH

My last semester in university was a roller coaster, but it turned out better than I thought it would be. At first, I wanted nothing more than to just graduate

The Happenings 10 Comments

“Disagreeing Doesn’t Mean That One Wants To Deprive People Of Their Rights.” Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Elaborates On Her Views Amid Cancel Culture Debate

In Christiane Amanpour’s words, author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is an “important writer and thinker” whose views “people follow very closely”.  And in June, the Half of a Yellow Sun writer

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Yesterday’s Shawarma

In the soft gleaming night of stars, I thought of you. Your eyes that told a story of sleep, your perfectly manicured fingers, and the unison of the color of

Editor's Desk 10 Comments

Three People Were Kito Victims This Week

It’s been 3 people this week. 3 people who know about Kito Diaries and the kito alerts we put up. 3 people who know about how some parts of Lagos,

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NIGHTMARE ON SILK SHEETS

Failure to plan is planning to fail – by some pretentious motivational speaker I like to think of myself as a comforter of some sorts. Newlyweds or about-to-be-wed couples have