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NO HONOUR IN THE BLOOD

Circumstances following my father’s death have caused me to have to make some major life changes, some of which has made me something of a nomad in Lagos. I’ve been

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A DIFFERENT KIND OF SCUM

There was a time, awhile back, on Twitter, when a lady asked other women to send her DMs of the worst hookups they’ve ever had with men, and she would

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Evidence That Our Marriage of Convenience Posts Work

With every The Proposal post we make, whether here on the blog or on our social media platforms, there are often comments from KDians about whether it works. The thing

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Which Facilities That Cater To Queer People Do You Know? Help Us With This Questionnaire

Center for Health Education and Vulnerable Support (CHEVS) is a youth-led organization with a mandate to improve the health and rights of LGBTQI persons and other key populations. They are

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THE BOOTY CALL

I am barely settled in his house, my visit just about 7 minutes old, when my friend gets a call. His face lights up when he looks at the screen

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THE POINT OF NO RETURN

My father died. After a two-year-long battle with cancer, He lost. In the period when He fought this illness, right after He was diagnosed, prayers abounded. My family prayed. Relatives

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A TON OF APPRECIATION

In many parts of the world, it is still a crime to be openly homosexual or to engage in same-sex coupling. For instance, Nigeria, according to the Research directorate, Canada,

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I MET A BABY GAY

I met a Baby Gay today. I didn’t know those species existed in these modern times of teenage exploration and the world being a global village. But there he was

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THE CASE OF THE EGBEDA 57: What We Know About This State-Sponsored Homophobia

The Egbeda 57 was a case that held the nation’s attention for two years. It started with a regular birthday party held in Kelly Ann Hotel in Egbeda, Lagos, in

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Could You Kindly Take A Moment To Participate In This Survey?

Hello guys, warm greetings! My name is Samuel Atilola, a practicing clinical psychologist and a student (MSc) of the University of Ibadan. My research interest is in the psychological realities