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A HOE ABROAD (Episode 3)

“Konji na ba… Konji na ba… Konji na bastard!” Dremo must have been in my shoes when he sang that song, because damn! It’d been just a few days past

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To All The Boys I’ve Loved (Entry 4)

Dear Eric, You changed my life. In many ways, you did. You might not know this but meeting you was a major highlight in my life. You taught me love

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MY NAME IS DIMEJI (Part 3)

The highlight of the bus ride was that Kogi State is huge. We spent such a long time driving through that state. There was no traffic. The roads weren’t so

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A HOE ABROAD (Episode 2)

Most of the guys in Lagos who I’ve had sex with know I don’t take defeat in bed. Sex is an art that should be enjoyed by both partners. Well,

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MY NAME IS DIMEJI (Part 2)

Previously on MY NAME IS DIMEJI… * I met Seun on Twitter, and everything happened very fast. I was basically new to being out of the closet in any capacity.

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To All The Boys I’ve Loved (Entry 3)

Dear Chi, How are you doing? Honestly it feels awkward having to write to you this way. How have you been? I still see you around sometimes. I see you

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To All The Boys I’ve Loved (Entry 2)

Dear Enem, I miss you every time I think about you. I still admire the way you beat the fear in your eyes when you had to talk to me

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MY NAME IS DIMEJI

EDITOR’S NOTE: Remember the hit three-part miniseries, Finding Dimeji (Read HERE, HERE and HERE)? Well, Dimeji is finally speaking his truth, and here is the beginning of his story. *

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To All The Boys I’ve Loved

Dear X, For whatever reason I haven’t been able to comprehend yet, I decided to write you first. I mean, I don’t miss you – at least not anymore. I

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A HOE ABROAD

So finally, I travelled to the abroad – A Whole ME! I have always wanted to flee Nigeria in any way possible, even when it almost cost me my sanity.