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Kito Stories 13 Comments

HER KITO STORY (EDITION 2)

During the second week of lockdown in Lagos, I was added to a lesbian WhatsApp group by a friend. For awhile, there were discussions about healthcare and business going on

The Happenings 12 Comments

The Gay Community In Benin Is Getting Victimized By The Police During A Period When We Should All Be More Concerned With Saving Humanity

The reports have been coming in with scanty details, and I wanted a clearer picture before I can make a post about it. It would seem that for a few

Our Stories 5 Comments

May They Rest In Peace

I’d just come back from a hectic day at work on Monday, had my bath and was trying to recover from the bitch of a day I’d had – when

Kito Stories 15 Comments

THE VALENTINE KITO

What will you do on Valentine’s Day? Sleep. This was what I kept telling the people – course mates and friends – who wouldn’t stop asking me about my plans

Kito Stories 30 Comments

HER KITO STORY

EDITOR’S NOTE: Remember this kito alert post that was made to alert lesbians and bisexual women to a twitter account preying on the lesbian community? Well, the lady who was

Kito Stories 33 Comments

I TOOK BACK MY POWER

“When somebody hurts you, they take power over you. If you don’t forgive them, then they keep the power.” — Diary of A Mad Black Woman   I’m writing this

Kito Stories 30 Comments

BIG BOYS AND LITTLE MEN

I was so young and naive in SS3. Never knew anything about kito. I’d been deboarded from school in my SS2 after I was reported to the school authority over

Our Stories 24 Comments

DAMAGED (Part 2)

Previously on DAMAGED… * My first week in the hostel was nice. All my classmates were nice to me. They visited my room often to see me. The ones that

Kito Stories 36 Comments

HIS KITO STORY (EDITION 30)

It was 2015 and I was living in Kaduna. (I have actually lived in Kaduna all my life) I was entering my final year in the university at the time.

Kito Stories 19 Comments

Kito Alert: Who Can You Trust?

Who can you trust not to steal you or set you up in the gay community? I often get asked this rhetorical question, and I have to say that there’s