Sex In Lagos

Last June I took a trip to Lagos to attend a family event. Hooking up on trips outside UK is something I love doing just as much as I love sampling the local cuisine. Because of the average Nigerian’s attitude towards homosexuality, during the trip I mostly reconnected with the food prepared the way they … Continue reading Sex In Lagos

Crap I Get On Grindr – XIII – Lagos Edition

Got into Lagos last week, switched on Scruff and a warning popped up. Warning unheeded and most days bored while stuck in traffic in sweltering heat in an Uber/Taxify taxi with air conditioning blowing hot air, I browsed Grindr (which by the way doesn't have a similar warning) and picked up a life few lessons along … Continue reading Crap I Get On Grindr – XIII – Lagos Edition

Nigeria Recognises Same Sex Marriage

While planning a quick getaway Kasie Anyawu, realised his Nigerian passport was due to expire a few weeks after his wedding day and had to be renewed. Weeks later after the wedding, he set about completing the online application form for his passport renewal. Not quite used to being married, when it came to answering … Continue reading Nigeria Recognises Same Sex Marriage

Press Statement

Some of you may have noticed the lack of updates on the blog since the beginning of the year. I have had to take some time off blogging due to a couple of  life changing events recently, which have caused me to pause and do some deep soul-searching. As part of the introspection, I had to … Continue reading Press Statement

Crap I Get On Grindr – XII – Lost In Translation

So the other day someone hit me up on Grindr...... I did my due diligence to see if his profile checks out..... He didn't like Unsafe sex & drugs; Presumably likes rub downs; Not sure what's happening with Instagram and the last one....WTF?!!? He doesn't like Black Americans??? I always say to people who get … Continue reading Crap I Get On Grindr – XII – Lost In Translation

Blowing In The Wind

When I observe some behaviours  around me in my daily, I ponder why they take place.For example:  During rush hour on the London Underground, why is it twenty passengers get off the train, only five passengers can squeeze back on? Meanwhile when a beggar comes through the same train carriage passengers quickly make way for … Continue reading Blowing In The Wind

Coming Out – Impasse

  Continued from Coming Out – Crossroads Although you going back to see your Dad would mean disrupting your plans to binge watch a Netflix series, you turn right. Carpe diem and all that. The conversation is going to happen at some point. Better to have it now that you feel recklessly confident than dwell on … Continue reading Coming Out – Impasse