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“But I’m Straight…” He Said

“Could you tell it was my first time?” His tone was more about him reassuring himself than actually expecting feedback. “You were quite the natural, I must say,” I answered.

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COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF (Part 2)

Previously on COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF… * “Please, Musa, just let me go home…” Musa stood there, looking at me, an unfathomable expression on his face. Then he placed his hands on his

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A DAY WITH THE GUYS

My older brother, Jimmy, is into cryptocurrency and all that online trading stuff, so it’s fair to say that he has become quite rich. And because of this, it started

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COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF

It was a day like any other in the cold capital city of Plateau State; boring and really shitty, like “kill Ned Stark in the first season of Game of

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THE BOYS IN ALVAN HALL

In 2014, I was admitted to study a four-year course at the University of Nigeria. Like many young teenagers, it was an adventure and experience I had been looking forward

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VICTORIA GARDEN (AUDA)CITY (Part 2)

Previously on VICTORIA GARDEN (AUDA)CITY… * So, yes, I called him. After my class and on my way back to the estate gate, I called Tade. “Hello, I’m done now.”

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VICTORIA GARDEN (AUDA)CITY

FOREWORD: I’ve been a silent but avid reader of this blog; I could never quantify how huge and immeasurable the knowledge I’ve gained is. I also want to express my profound

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“Family Can Make Or Mar You.” – Kenny Brandmuse

Last Sunday, October 25, Kenny Brandmuse made a social media post that was so heart-aching, it must have resonated with lots of (especially queer) people, because the post was shared

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IN THE PRIVACY OF THEIR BEDROOM

“…I don’t know why people are homophobic. I mean how does it affect them what two consenting adults do in the privacy of their bedroom…?” Yes, this is the statement

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BREAKING FREE

Right from a young age, I was effeminate and thought that I wanted to be a girl. I was very expressive in my effeminacy, and in many ways, I think