THE HOOK-UP STORY

Blog_Sex StoriesIt was a lazy Saturday for me. The atmosphere outside was still under the hold of the characteristic London chill. The festivities were still in gear, and so, there was a general relaxed mood about.

I scrolled through my phone and the social media forums on it like I usually do, when I’m bored, or maybe just out of habit. Instagram, Facebook, BBM… Then that app. As usual, I knew the faces and profiles in my area.

But then, I stumbled on a strange face. I checked him out – African, not Nigerian. Kinda cute in a strange way. At least, this half bread is better than the buns that is usually fried in my area.

I hit him up and he responded. Correct! Let’s see what this one is up to.

We followed the usual line of banter – felicitations and what not. Then we got down to business. He’s bottom and he was looking to meet. But he was at a friend’s. I don’t usually accommodate hook-ups, because my room is almost always a mess, and it doesn’t give a good rep. We were at an impasse. It was starting to look that this wouldn’t happen. Continue reading

Daniel Radcliffe thinks Gay Sex is Painful, Plus Other Behind-The-Sex-Scenes Revelations

On-screen sex can be all sorts of hot, even though most of what we see on TV and in film is of the heterosexual variety. There’s a craft involved in making the finished product seem to drip off the screen, and good sex scenes can be masterful storytelling.

But it’s another story entirely for the actors and actresses shooting the scenes. It’s almost reminiscent of first-time experiences — awkward, fumbling, uncomfortable.

Here’s a rundown of some of our favorite actors discussing getting down during a hard day’s work:

Jamie Dornan on the upcoming 50 Shades of Gray1 screen sex“Your dignity is intact as much as it’s all tucked away in a little flesh-coloured bag… As a guy you put all your essentials in a little bag and you tie it up like a little bag of grapes and it’s tucked away.”

Neil Patrick Harris on Gone Girl2 screen sex‘We had to rehearse the sex scene with David [Fincher], like every inch of it — ‘Then you put your mouth on his dick here, and then this number of thrusts, and then you ejaculate.’ He doesn’t want a lot of reinterpretation once you start rolling.’

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WHAT WE WANT FOR CHRISTMAS: 16 Wishes Kitodiariesians Would Like Fulfilled This Christmas

Santa ClausSanta Claus, you have a job to do.

So, in the past couple of days, I polled several Kitodiariesians with the question: What’s that crazy or fun or silly or slutty or humorous or grave wish you’d like granted to you this Christmas? I got an overwhelming surge of responses, but I only needed a small number for the purpose of this post. And so, I have picked out 16 wishes I’d like to share with y’all – those wishes we want fulfilled this Christmas, here on Kito Diaries.

So, Santa Claus, we’re here, good and naughty alike, and we have a list. Check on it below. 🙂 Continue reading

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly about Having an Unusually Small Penis

Middle Age Man in Pain Protecting HimselfOriginally published on queerty.com

According to the all-knowing Wikipedia, a micropenis is an “unusually small penis” with an “erect penile length … smaller than about 7 cm.” It is a condition that affects about 0.6 percent of males and that is rarely ever talked about. Until now.

One brave man has opened about his life with a micropenis to New York Magazine during an in-depth interview, discussing everything from scarring sexual experiences, to experimenting with men, to the types of condoms he uses. The 51-year-old English teacher from the U.K. bared all — the good, the bad, and the ugly — about what it’s like having an infant-sized penis.

Here are a few highlights from the interview…

On when his penis stopped growing:

I was 14. Quite honestly, my entire life has been shaped and damaged by my penis size. I’m still not really over it, even though I’m way into middle age. I’ve had relationships, but they’ve never been terribly good, particularly not from my partner’s point of view. I always feel like I can’t do what I should be able to do as well as most people. That’s what I worry about. And doctors have never been any help. Continue reading

TEENAGE POEMS: THE LOVEMAKING

FOREWORD: I came into my sexuality at a young age. I accepted it before I had grown out of my teenage years. And as with every turbulence I have undergone in my life, I took refuge in my writing. At that age, I wrote poetry. Lots of poetry. And so, I wrote quite a bunch of gay-themed poetry. Recently, I was going through some old books and I happened on these poems, and I decided to share some of them, one at a time. Be kind in your comments o, a horny fifteen-year-old boy wrote them (lol). Here’s the first:

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feet_1579103cThey were naked, the glint of the outside lights reflected in their eyes

The slender, well-muscled man gently moved

To enter his golden-skinned lover from the rear

They looked like two magnificent beasts

Joined in the half-light, forming a new synthesis of being

The younger man moaned, quivering and jerking

Endearing whimpers formed into a lament from deep in the subconscious

A lament that these two could never mate

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Ugandan Men complain that Condoms are Too Small for Them

200274006-001Many Ugandan men have reportedly complained to the government that the condoms in Uganda are too small for them.

The condoms have been described as being “too short for their sexual organs,” Metro UK reports.

According to reports, the small size of the condoms often leads to increased pressure during sex, which tends to cause the condoms to  unexpectedly burst, thus providing inadequate protection against HIV.

About 80,000 people in Uganda die every year from HIV. Condoms are seen as an imperative means of battling the disease, and so the government is taking the complaints about the condoms very seriously, and is seeking a lasting solution to the issue.

Hmm… condoms too small for their dicks. These Ugandan men must be generously endowed. Which Kitodiariesian is moving to Uganda as we speak? 😀

My Rebound Story

HomokissI still remember the first day I met Babangida. It was a sunny day, really hot. If you have ever lived or been to Gwagwalada on a sunny day, then you can appreciate what I am talking about. All my efforts at looking fresh, nice and sexy fell to ruins. I was sweating profusely, the handkerchief in my left pocket was already soaking wet.

Now that I think of it, I’m not sure if it was just the sun doing its evil job, or my nerves totally focused on ruining our first meeting. Thankfully, Babangida had a car. And better still, its air condition was fully functional.

As I stepped into the car, the chilly air felt like heaven. For a full two minutes, I sat down blank. Baba was speaking but I wasn’t listening. I was too busy absorbing the chilliness.

When I finally regained my composure, I quickly apologised for the silence. Baba understood and we drove straight to town. Continue reading

SAM’S RISK

g13Sam fiddled with his phone while he waited for John to come out of the bathroom. Sam was a fashion designer and tailor, and John was a model he made clothes for. His and John’s relationship was mostly business, but since John had gotten a lot of clothes from him, there was a rapport that came when somebody became your ‘customer’.

Normally John would come pick his clothes from his shop at Ikorodu. but he (John) needed to be at an event and couldn’t come around the shop to pick his latest commission. He had asked Sam to come over to his place and drop the clothes. Sam had willingly obliged though it was some distance from his shop, but his transport fare had been promised to be paid back.

Sam was attractive in a non-threatening way. He had lots of hair that he was practically obsessed with keeping nice and trim. His face was a bit rugged, but it suited him. He did however wish he was taller so he could at least try modeling. Continue reading

JAMES’ JOURNAL (Entry 2)

Blog_KD JournalApril 12

Duke’s travel is an almost done deal. He has dropped off his passport with the person helping him out. I feel sad about it. Not because he is going, but because of what might have been if he wasn’t going. Thankfully, I prepared my mind for this so it would not hurt too much. After I see him next week, I will tell him I am not interested in holding on to him. I’ll delete him off my BBM too. I don’t want to see pictures that will make me feel nostalgic.

Tay reckons I’m just scared of being alone. I have been with different people for the past five years of my life, and he thinks I don’t want to know what it’s like to be alone. He is a little right. But I am not one to shy away from my fears too much. If being alone is what I will be soon, then so be it. But as long as there are people I want who want me back, why should I be alone? Continue reading