Tag "Gay Stereotype"

Our Stories 9 Comments

CLOTHES AND THE LESBIAN

“Shining in the light of your Halo—ooo, I got my angel now!” We are belting out the lyrics to Queen Bey’s Halo as the car moves through weekday traffic of

Our Stories 24 Comments

THE SHOE ON THE OTHER FOOT

I hadn’t had sex in a long time. Between work and personal commitments, I barely had a social life, let alone time for random hookups. The day I hung out

Opinion Pieces 14 Comments

Opinion: Size Matters Beyond What’s Inside The Underwear

Originally published on Queerty   Let’s be real… size matters. There will always be size queens – men whose obsessions with large members matter more than the person it’s attached

The Happenings 8 Comments

“They Arrested Me Because ‘All Male Models Are Gay’.” – Nigerian Model narrates his ordeal with the Nigerian Police

The fascination with gay people is real when it comes to the Nigerian Police. All you have to do is look like you fit any of the thousand gay stereotypes,

Our Stories 11 Comments

NOT GAY ENOUGH

There are several stereotypes about gay people, some of them untrue, some of generalized. And one of them is that there is a particular look that is gay. That there

Editor's Desk 5 Comments

The Minority Report on The Nigerian Gay Culture

From gay roles (top and bottom) and the stereotypical attributes that go with them, to the normalizing of pedophilia and statutory rape in the gay community, and the mindset of

The Happenings 14 Comments

These False Stories About Gay Men Being Anally Incontinent From Sex Still Won’t Go Away

The conversation starter “O jewa ke eng” has been taking Twitter by the storm in recent days. There have been various editions of it, with people asking about LGBT, Sex,

The Happenings 5 Comments

Masculine Black Man has a problem. He is an ‘extremely masc bottom’

Stereotypes ruin the party again. One guy says he has a problem keeping men’s attention as a black, “extremely masc” bottom because he doesn’t conform to perceptions of what bottoms

Series (Non-Fiction) 38 Comments

MUSING WITH DARLENE: THE PEOPLE OF MY KIND

Last Sunday was thanksgiving in church. I was sitting on my own, jejely minding my own business. The usual me would probably have been chatting away with Angela, my church