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FOR THE BROTHERS

I enjoyed a lot of favour from the staff and administration of my secondary school back when I was a student there. It was a Catholic school, and because I

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A Little Bit Of Lesbian Drama

Came across this Facebook update posted by Olu Bunmi, which gives some interesting insight into the Nigerian lesbian community. It is the kind of drama that makes gay men shenanigans

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WHEN THE WRONG ONE LOVES YOU RIGHT (Part 2)

Previously on WHEN THE WRONG ONE LOVES YOU RIGHT… * After the sex that rainy afternoon, William and I exchanged numbers. Then he asked me out on a date and

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WHEN THE WRONG ONE LOVES YOU RIGHT

It started when I was in secondary school, in JSS3, and almost fully aware of my sexuality. It was 2007 and I was in a mixed sex, boarding school. At

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MAKING HIM FRIEND

He’d been my best friend right from my second year in the university; four years later he’s that one guy that knows me just too well. Let’s call him Murphy.

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Looking

Most people fantasize about leaving Nigeria and relocating to another country but never stop to consider the baggage that comes with it. I was really ecstatic when I learned I

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THE KISS

It was a Friday night and we were doing publicity for a show coming up in a couple of weeks. The plan was to go into different hostels as a

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IF TOMORROW NEVER COMES

I was at a friend’s place one Saturday afternoon. We were gisting and our conversation went from the latest movies to cool, crazy, meaningful and meaningless music, to happenings in

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GOODBYES ARE NOT FOR EVERYONE

We met at a fashion show. A friend of mine was among the designers whose clothes were getting shown at the show. He was a model on the show. Tall.

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THE BURDEN OF MY PAIN

Heartbreak. It’s not at all a good feeling. It is one of those dark places you fall into and eventually emerge, either made or marred. Many people will say to