Posts From Pink Panther

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DON’T CALL ME BIGGIE (Episode 6)

Me: Ebenezer!!! What have I ever done to you for you to cause me this much stress and problem? Him: Nothing, but you think you can break my heart and

Dear KD 0 Comments

The Proposal: A Lesbian and Three Queer Men Are Looking For Connections For Marriage

Hello, I’m Shade (not my real name of course), a 26-year-old Nigerian Lesbian living in Lagos, Nigeria. I am an undergraduate and also self employed. I am under pressure from

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“Stories matter. And words matter.” Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie at the PEN America Symposium

On Monday, September 12, at a sold-out event in New York that celebrated the centenary of the free expression group PEN America, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie was among the many literary

Our Stories 10 Comments

HE THAT FINDETH A WIFE

“The first thing that is taken away from us as LGBTQ people is our spirituality, is God. ‘God hates fags.’ No, He doesn’t. Stop it.” – Billy Porter   They

Our Stories 4 Comments

A BRAVE NEW WORLD

I was quite effeminate growing up. And I was mostly comfortable being around girls; I didn’t like male company because I knew how mean boys could be. Added to the

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The Facility Directory For Our Community Is Now Available

Earlier this year in June, we made a post requesting for your participation in helping with a project being conducted by Center for Health Education and Vulnerable Support (CHEVS), a

Our Stories 8 Comments

THE DEMONS OF LAGOS (Part 2)

Previously on THE DEMONS OF LAGOS… * WHITE RICE Zed and I met two years ago, when we were both vacationing somewhere in the Middle Belt. We went on a

Our Stories 8 Comments

THE DEMONS OF LAGOS

The stories of the queer men in Lagos came to me via social media, but more specifically Kito Diaries. I recall reading stories here in my room many miles away

Series (Non-Fiction) 8 Comments

DIARY OF A GAY NIGERIAN IN THE UK (Entry 2)

The Scottish Dom So, from my previous post, I am sure a lot of us here must think that the hookup culture in the UK is an abysmally hopeless case.

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DON’T CALL ME BIGGIE (Episode 5)

Previously on DON’T CALL ME BIGGIE: Dayo got me to come over to our pastor’s house, where the shocking revelation was made to me that our pastor was not only