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Series (Non-Fiction) 2 Comments

DIARY OF A GAY NIGERIAN IN THE UK

The Grindr Culture Shock I’d always known that experiencing the culture shock that comes with relocating from Nigeria to the United Kingdom was inevitable. However, I never imagined that I

Our Stories 7 Comments

TAKING THINGS SERIOUS

So I hooked up with this guy awhile ago. He was quite good in the sack, with endless energy; made me cum twice in a row, something that hadn’t happened

Dear KD 3 Comments

The Proposal: Three Queer Men (Two Of Them In Diaspora) Are Looking For Queer Women to Partner With

Hello, I’m Jeff, queer, 32 years of age, and Nigerian. I reside in Canada where I work. I’m looking for a lady between 25 – 30 years of age, who

Kito Stories 4 Comments

Is There Any Reason That Makes It OK For A Gay Man to Victimize His Community?

In the years since we have been running these kito alerts, we have had a number of the named kito scum (those who are gay themselves) come into my inbox

Editor's Desk 4 Comments

THE TERROR OF A GAY MAN

When we left the guesthouse for our night of karaoke fun that evening, we were all in high spirits. We were dressed to kill, all hoochie shorts, cropped tops and

Kito Stories 0 Comments

Kito Alert: The Kito Scum That Made The News

About three days before the news hit Instablog9ja that a gang in Nasarawa State was arrested for setting up gay people through the dating app, someone had come to our

Kito Stories 1 Comment

KITO ALERT LXXV

Below are updates on kito scum who have targeted and victimized community members in the recent past. As always, please be mindful and careful out there. And spread the word

Opinion Pieces 8 Comments

PETER OBI, THE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDACY AND QUEER RIGHTS

We are back in election season and this might just be the most paramount election this country will experience in recent times. Everyone was perturbed about the candidates from the

Kito Stories 2 Comments

KITO ALERT: The Gay and The Corrupt

As we all know, the “business” of setting community members up is no longer championed by heterosexual homophobes. Even fellow gays have now inhabited that criminal space. The person who

Editor's Desk 10 Comments

BRAND NEW

I wore my PRIDE-emblazoned T-shirt out that day, and the conversation that ensued was simple. We were standing in the elevator, me on one side, and the two of them,