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FOR THE LOVE OF MAN

Port Harcourt, 2005 I was in the university, studying in school and being gay in town. Port Harcourt City was full of promises and adventures for the young gay man

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SALON SISTERS

My friend was getting married on the twenty-eighth of December, and I needed to give myself some beauty treatment in preparation for the event. So I went to this beauty

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OUR ALLIES ARE FUCKING UP!

The creation of heterosexuality (the identity) marked the creation of homophobia (the response to people who are not protected under heterosexuality), and it is important we know this. The pervasiveness

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Medusa, Fuck SHIT UP!

First of all, it’ll never be your fault it happened. Heck! You don’t know how it happened. But you cannot blame yourself and you will not blame yourself. You make

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THE STRANGER FROM JAM MEGA FEST

It was 2006 and I had just rounded up my final year exams. I had loads of time to kill and the last thing I wanted was to go back

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OUR ATTITUDE TOWARDS SEX IS STOPPING US FROM GETTING OUR ORGASMS

Adele’s Set Fire To The Rain is playing when it hits me: that to be queer is to live in silence, to carry trauma and shame all your life. That

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A JOURNEY TO REMEMBER

I come from a small, middle class family. Growing up, I always knew I was different, considering how I preferred male relatives visiting us to the females. I remember vividly

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TO FIND MY WAY BACK TO HIM

I met Bernard in 2018. According to his photos, he was a total babe: cool, dark, tall and sexy – just the way I like my men. As we got

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GIRLFRIEND HUNTING

Have you ever been so hounded by family, friends and colleagues – even strangers – about not having a girlfriend? If not, congratulations are in order for you; and if

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The Bisexual Privilege in Nigeria

I am a femme guy, and as such, the poster child for all that is gay and “fabulous” or the stereotype for what is homosexual. With the LGBTQ community in