The Issue Of Too Many Skins On Skin

g45The gay community has developed quite the reputation for promiscuity over the years. It wasn’t long ago that homosexuality was a shameful, unspeakable evil, best left to anonymous trysts in public restrooms. The idea that gays were even capable of having relationships was completely foreign. Through the mid 1970’s homosexual behaviour was thought to be the result of a psychological disorder, and that those who engaged in them were incapable of love the same way heterosexuals are.

Because of this, the ideas of same sex behaviour and homosexual orientation were separated, a notion that conservative Christians still champion as “love the sinner, hate the sin.” And the gay community has done little in the way of a cohesive voice to alter these perceptions. The debate continues as people ask if gays are even capable of monogamy, and liberal outlets are championing promiscuity as a defining feature of what it means to be gay. Continue reading

Update On THE MISSING BROTHER Post

help1After a lot of deliberation with concerned KDians, we have decided to release iDuke’s first name. He is simply known as Ese. We thought it wise to take this step because we desperately need more information concerning the rape incident, the identity of the rapists and the last revenge which we believe he executed in November last year.

Let’s face some facts. We know that it is very possible that the guys who raped him may not be responsible for his kidnap. But let’s think like detectives for a minute. Whether these guys are guilty or not, they are the PRIME SUSPECTS in this case. Again, having taken part in a gang rape in the past, they are criminals. We need to identify them and then we will have to decide what we are willing to do to get Ese back, if possible.

We also have to consider the sensitivity of information concerning the said rape and the implications of handing over same information to the police. Knowing how our police work, the person supplying the information could be somehow roped into the case. There is a way round this problem. WE NEED a policeman or policemen who are friendly towards our community. We would then give him the full details of the story and he would decide how to handle the information in a way that would protect Ese’s identity and the identity of the person(s) supplying this information.

We need to take action! Pity is not enough! If you have any information, no matter how little or insignificant you think it may be, please inform us. You may send me an email on my address, pantherptb@yahoo.com. This is a chance to set up a system that works for us. We don’t wish it but this could happen again…to any of us.

Please, let us do something!

The Struggle With Validation

singles 19Like every other homosexual person, I had a truckload of esteem related issues. As a child, I always sought validation from my dad, who I never got along with. Looking back, I think on some level, he knew I was different and felt he could beat it out of me. So I struggled to earn the love that I wasn’t getting by trying to change and conform as best as I could. My life became about seeking validation and acceptance. I stopped living and started existing for family, friends, and community, and in a way, the society.

I lost myself in the process.

My dreams and aspirations took a back seat. I became obsessed with doing things that the world considered as “normal and acceptable”, from what to study and eventually studying a completely alien course, to just doing everything it took to be considered as one of the boys. I lost me.

With my obsession to please came a deep sense of loss, depression, paranoia and the feeling of constant bitterness. I became dark and moody. I morphed into a loner and kept to myself because I got frustrated with trying to please, but never doing enough regardless of how much I tried and sacrificed. I became good at playing the role of Number 2. You know, the good boy who is good friends with the notorious guy in school or in the neighborhood, the guy who rolls with the It crowd in class, but still manages to blend well with the geeks. All this was to help me not stand out. Standing out would attract attention, and attention would show that I was different. Continue reading

We Are Not The Cause, We Are The Cure!

g-stay1I’m looking for a perfect beginning to this article, but seeing as words have repeatedly failed me, I’ll just go with the obvious: We are not the cause, we are the cure!

To borrow the words of some of our KD brothers here, the ‘Religidiots’ and their adherent ‘opium-pipe’ followers we presently harbor in this country deserve an Oscar for the numerous hardships we are subjected to daily, all in the name of law, order and justice.

Once upon a time, we had a speaker of the house, whose name literally translates to ‘The two Bank thieves’, who was hell-bent on ensuring that Nigeria had 24 hours of electricity daily. It is pertinent to note, at this point, that the same Bank-ole was, according to sources, the sole importer of Mikano Generators in Nigeria. Suffice it to say that many parts of Nigeria did not and still do not have 24 hours of light in an entire month. Talk about 2-timing!

I believe gays are behind that, No? Continue reading

Who Runs The World?

A Kitodiariesian sent this in. And he really, really wants to know. lol

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47909650991095640360noA natural disaster?

Gay people triggered it.

Poverty-stricken countries ruled by corrupt government?

Gay people are behind it.

High rate of divorce because women are now smart enough to know a lying and cheating husband isn’t worth it?

It’s because of gay marriage.

Children becoming a menace in the society because of bad parental training?

Blame gay parents and their kids.

Successful in any field or have a high number of fans in the fashion or music industry?

You have already started practicing homosexuality.

You want to go to heaven?

Stop homosexuality.

You want creative minds?

Consult with gays.

Abeg, na only gay people dey this world? Wetin gay people do una?

Dynamics Of The Gaybourhood

LGBT communityNow there’s no question about the fact that gays love men. I personally think there are few things as beautiful to behold as a well-formed, chiseled male physique. Few things fascinate me like an erect dick, I mean, there’s so much you can do with it, and there are so many ways it can respond! I spent my teenage years getting to understand the moods and whims and caprices of a dick. Now about a decade later, I can comfortably say, I am extremely skilled at handling all types of cock: small, big, not-so-big and the intimidatingly enormous. Trust me when I say it, I’ve seen ‘em all. Umm, I like ass too, though to a lesser extent.

Now, the other day I was chatting with a friend who lives in Canada. He works for a large company which recently set up an LGBT employees association. According to the management, they realized that in order to enhance productivity, it was necessary for every employee to feel free and open about his- or herself. They realized that the preference for being in the closet put a huge strain on employees mentally and impacted productivity negatively, hence the LGBT initiative. According to my friend, it was quite a lavish launching event. Continue reading

16 Opinions From Anti-Gay People Concerning Homosexuality

shutterstock_145027207Originally published in thoughtcatalog.com

The following are explanations sixteen people who are anti-gay gave concerning their stance on homosexuality. Read and let us know your thoughts, which opinions you agree to or not agree to.

1. Homophobic, but not anti-gay

‘People can be homophobic but not anti-gay.

‘I do not like seeing overly PDA for gay couples. Even for hetero couples it bothers me but maybe I have become more desensitized as I am more bothered by gay couples. I also am not a fan of what passes as “gay culture” these days. That being said, I have gone and voted for anything that is pro-gay rights. Just because I have a personal issue with it does not mean I cannot realize that from a political and legal perspective everyone should have the same rights.’

2. Overblown gay lifestyles

‘There’s a big difference in parading down the street in a pink tutu wearing a rainbow shirt as a man with a giant strap on and saying you want equal rights than showing people that gay relationships are normal. I think a lot of people who are outspoken about LGBT relationships fail to realize that in order to get respect they can’t tear down heterosexual relationships in the process, we all need to coexist. Attacking traditional marriage only serves to polarize and create homophobic sentiments. You cannot change people’s minds in general, they will change themselves if they grow and learn. Continue reading