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
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
I was in New York when the gay pride took place last weekend. The shops in New York city were filled with pride merchandise and corporate offices and the streets were festooned with Rainbow colours. The theme this year was "Defiantly Different" and because of the current political climate in America, it felt to me … Continue reading New York Gay Pride 2018
Upskirting is a term used to describe the act of taking a photograph up someone’s skirt without their permission. In most reported cases women are the victims and no men -I guess Kilt wearing Scots - have come forward to complain. The sexually invasive act was set to be made a criminal offence in the UK … Continue reading Upskirting
Early on Valentine’s Day after being on Mark Zuckerberg’s good side for a good stretch, his crew flipped on me. I was banned from using Facebook. What really piqued me about the ban and its timing this year was that I missed the mawkish valentine’s day messages, between grown men living together, appear on my … Continue reading No Sex Please, We Are Facebook.
Hello fiends, I throway salute o!! It’s been a minute. In my previous letter I said I'd try and help you look less asinine in the World Forum of Homophobes (Click here to recap). Not an easy task and I am under no illusion that it will happen in my life time. But as the … Continue reading Dear Nigerian Homophobe II
The hustle is real, so off to work I go. I do the 10 minute walk to the London Underground station. I have my headphones on. I am listening to music from my “recently played” playlist set on random selection mode. There are 175 songs. Means songs from Classical, Musicals, Pop, RnB, Gospel, Hip Hop, … Continue reading Wild Thoughts