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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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CARDBOARDSEXUALITY: Another Sexual Behaviour?

This write-up is strictly based on personal exploration and a need to inform in case there are those who feel the same. As a result, there are no projections, no

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MAYBE TOMORROW

The last time I told a story about life, I was graduating from school, HIV positive and full of hope, riding off into the sunset with a boyfriend who loved

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THE NEW YEAR BANG

My goodness, I was bored out of my mind, like, Heaven, help ME!!! I was so bored that I’d actually started taking note of how many corners in the ceiling

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CAUGHT IN THE ACT

Some days ago, my thirteen-year-old sister caught me having sex. It was the first time I’d leave my door unlocked when I had someone over. She wanted to take something

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THE STRANGER FROM JAM MEGA FEST

It was 2006 and I had just rounded up my final year exams. I had loads of time to kill and the last thing I wanted was to go back

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OUR ATTITUDE TOWARDS SEX IS STOPPING US FROM GETTING OUR ORGASMS

Adele’s Set Fire To The Rain is playing when it hits me: that to be queer is to live in silence, to carry trauma and shame all your life. That

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A JOURNEY TO REMEMBER

I come from a small, middle class family. Growing up, I always knew I was different, considering how I preferred male relatives visiting us to the females. I remember vividly

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REINTRODUCING MYSELF

January 2020 It had been 8 months since the last time, since that two-rounds-in-one-minute fiasco. A fiasco I decided to rename a make-out session. With a 17-month celibacy period prior

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Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie questions lack of compassion in cancel culture as she backs JK Rowling

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, whose novel Half of a Yellow Sun has been hailed as the women’s prize ‘winner of winners’, has weighed in on the trans controversy surrounding JK Rowling.