The final installment in a series chronicling the sexual adventures of S is about an act men seem to overlook: Foreplay
A story of the tiny hurts swept underneath the passions of love and how they eventually derail relationships and lead to heartbreaks.
A tale of growing up in Uyo and the UK and acceptance of self woven through a struggle with hair in all its forms – natural, relaxed even shaved.
A story of what can happen to a mind when it’s hurt by love.
Remember Olufunmi, Call My Name, Iya Basira? What happened to that group? What happened everyone’s favorite RnB group? Why do some artists fade in their primes and others live forever? Time? Talent?
They don’t make them like they used to. This can be said of every product, and is often said of marriages too. The older generation have their reasons for this change. But who do we really blame for the failure of marriages?
It doesn’t matter how you approach Lagos, by road or air, when you enter the city as a stranger, it has its own way of welcoming you.
As information becomes readily available and more people turn into autodidacts, is there any need for formal education in a country like Nigeria?
Consent has become important in dates and sex, but are women taking it too far when they still shame men who openly ask for sex?
In this episode of ROUNDS, Terdoo and Sirkastiq share their take on Donald Duke’s intention to run for president, Lula da Silva’s corruption conviction, Beyoncé’s twins, and Buhari’s health status. There’s also that weird bit of outlandishness that’s characteristic of every ROUNDS episode.
In 1998, best-selling American author Sidney Sheldon published Tell Me Your Dreams, a novel about a young working-class woman suffering from multiple personality disorder. Distilled with all the classic Sheldon-style elements, Tell Me Your Dreams inhabited a world of sex, castration-induced murders, and vain lipstick superficiality. Even within that fictional space, there was the question…
I was once in a class in university where my lecturer said, “Sex isn’t between two people. There are millions of other participants.” She was talking about microorganisms. Last week, we got to know that antibiotic resistant gonorrhoea bacteria has been identified. How does antibiotic resistance happen? Antibiotic resistance happens when organisms are not susceptible to…
Like ageism, and other isms, I’ve often thought the concept of classism as a boring ‘bushwa’ construct. I think of it as some imaginary yet concrete line drawn by the rich to remind everyone, especially the lower class, of their place in the grand scheme of things. And the more I try deconstructing this concept,…