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Be Okay With Your Sexuality Defining You

Gay people are often pestered with this denigrating opinion, sometimes from heterosexual people and other times from fellow queer people, about “letting our sexuality define us.” There is often this

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“Harmless Intentions Doesn’t Exonerate Anyone From Homophobia.” A Teachable Moment on Twitter

“Homophobia does not need to be violent or extreme. It does not always mean you hate the gays. Sometimes it’s just you interrogating them in ways that you will never

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What Do You Think Of ‘Hollywood’? (A Q&A Review Of the Netflix Miniseries)

So a KDian on Instagram with handle @bobmanuel_101 took part in an online Q&A review of Netflix’s Hollywood posted by @thekelechimichaels on his Instagram stories. And he sent over screenshots

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Comedian Michael Henry shows how differently gays and lesbians spend their isolation

Youtuber Michael Henry is letting us know that gays and lesbians observe the quarantine differently. In the hilarious skit, he is seen taking a walk with his boyfriend, Steve, when

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Naked Sword Gives A Ranking Of The Top Ten Best Celebrity Bubble Butts

Between all the internet challenges and Nigerian Twitter’s ignorant (and very, very unnecessary) comparisons of Beyoncé and Rihanna, we also appreciate a little Hollywood nudity, especially in these times when

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Tweet of the Day: About The Pain of Coming Out

I do not know the story of Emmanuel Sadi’s coming out (and I do so hope that one day, he’ll have overcome the pain well enough to tell the story

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Johnnell Terrell Speaks Powerful Words About all The Ways He Is A Gay Man

The model, who often shares inspirational messages regarding LGBT issues, took to his social media account to recite some incredibly powerful words on all the ways he is a gay

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Tweet of the Day: About Straight People’s “Concern”

Usually, whenever a gay person starts living more boldly, starts getting more public about his experiences on the social media, there are always the straight people – friends, family and

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“Consider The Way Homophobia Functions In Nigeria.” An Argument in Favour of Nigeria Topping the List of Dangerous Countries in the World for the LGBT

Following the revelation of Nigeria as the world’s most dangerous country for LGBT people in a list prepared by Asher and Lyric, there was an outcry on the social media