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THE DEMONS OF LAGOS (Part 2)

Previously on THE DEMONS OF LAGOS… * WHITE RICE Zed and I met two years ago, when we were both vacationing somewhere in the Middle Belt. We went on a

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THE DEMONS OF LAGOS

The stories of the queer men in Lagos came to me via social media, but more specifically Kito Diaries. I recall reading stories here in my room many miles away

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The Voice Of A Homosexual

Growing up effeminate gave me a notoriety that was as shocking as it was unwelcome. Imagine being known EVERYWHERE you went because you did not fit in the norm. Imagine

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TAKING THINGS SERIOUS

So I hooked up with this guy awhile ago. He was quite good in the sack, with endless energy; made me cum twice in a row, something that hadn’t happened

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THE TERROR OF A GAY MAN

When we left the guesthouse for our night of karaoke fun that evening, we were all in high spirits. We were dressed to kill, all hoochie shorts, cropped tops and

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BRAND NEW

I wore my PRIDE-emblazoned T-shirt out that day, and the conversation that ensued was simple. We were standing in the elevator, me on one side, and the two of them,

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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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FIGURING OUT THIS THING CALLED LIFE

Jada Pinkett-Smith recently released a statement regarding the Oscar slap, during which she said: “The state of the world today, we need (Will and Chris). And we all actually need

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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