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AMATEUR HOUR

He texted me on Instagram on my personal account. “Hello dear, how are you?” I replied, and he was very courteous, apologizing for his intrusion into my DM. Surprised by

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What Did Cain Do Wrong?

I read the Bible for the first time when I was about 13 or 14. I loved the capsules of stories put together in the different Bible storybooks that my

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A Researcher On A Topic About LGBTQ People Needs Your Help

Hey guys, My name is Emmanuel Ogamdi. I am a Masters student in the Department of Psychology, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi. And I am doing a thesis research

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There Is An Organizing To Help The Queer Community Fight Kito Scum And Human Rights Violations

Many a time, during the process of reporting a kito situation that they have suffered, victims who are more angry than traumatized, who want some sort of consequential action taken

Opinion Pieces 3 Comments

AT WHAT POINT ARE THE HOMOPHOBIC HURTS OF FAMILY ENOUGH?

“I will love you till the day that I die,” Gabrielle Union’s Inez says to her son, Ellis (played by Jeremy Pope), the 25-year-old who’s just graduated from Marine boot

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IN THE BUSINESS OF HEARTS

Earlier this year, I was casually dating someone – let’s call him X. It ended up not going anywhere, primarily because of the baggage he appeared to be carrying from

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Who Are The Church’s Victims?

Pastor Abel Damina’s sermon where he calls out the church for being responsible for Sammie Okposo’s death is making the rounds on social media. I watched the video, and I

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What About The Gays In Our Parents’ Generation?

You know how you’ll start thinking one thing, and then it’ll cascade and before you know it, you’re ending up in a different thought process than the one you started

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THE OGBANJE YOU SEE

Well, this is a first. A hookup comes over to my place. I go to meet him at the junction, and as we walk back to my house, he glances

Our Stories 11 Comments

A NIGERIAN FROM GRINDR

We met on Grindr. His name is X. After a brief conversation, we moved to WhatsApp. We conversed for a bit there, firming up our acquaintanceship. When I mentioned that