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Walt Shakes(@Walt_Shakes) is an award-winning Nigerian writer, poet and veteran blogger. He is a lover of the written word. the faint whiff of nature, the flashing vista of movies, the warmth of companionship and the happy sound of laughter.

The Biggest Myths About HIV and AIDS Busted

The myths around HIV and AIDS pose a huge danger to our health, and they spread as fast as the virus itself. Chances are you will find some surprises in what follows: Myth: You Can Only Protect Yourself From Getting HIV By Wearing A Condom. Busted: This was true until ...

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Slowly…

Slowly, Our flame dwindled to embers Slowly Our embers became cold ash. Slowly, The love songs became mute, Slowly Hummed by lips of singing shadows bitter silence of another cold night Slowly, You became a familiar stranger Slowly, Transforming from the one that I knew to someone that I don’t. ...

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THE HUSTLE OF A RAINBOW (Episode 4)

As a member of the LGBTQIA – and all the other orishirishi (all sorts of) letters – community, if you are out even to a few people, you’ll be asked these two questions: When did you turn gay? And how did you turn gay? It also comes in other forms ...

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Previously On Facebook IV

Hopefully, the entire movie production surrounding this book will be done right.

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When It Comes To Love…

When it comes to love We have no say, no sense of mind There are no straight lines No rules No laid down guidelines We just love Many times without being loved in return We can’t help it Fools in love Isn’t that our slogan? We don’t think for once ...

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Kanye West goes on another meltdown over Beyoncé and Jay Z, Fans react on twitter

Concern is growing for the mental well-being of Kanye West after the rapper went on his most unhinged rant yet on stage in Sacramento on the night of November 19. Fans who turned out to see the rapper in concert Saturday night in Sacramento got an earful but, unfortunately, it ...

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THE EXISTENCE OF FUNKE BROWN

LIFE! The oxford dictionary basically defines life as the period between the birth and death of a living thing. I don’t agree with this. Sure, the bosses at Oxford got it right, but I prefer to think of life as two aspects of human existence – what you get and ...

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Is ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ a reflection of LGBT rights?

A columnist for a US tabloid has claimed JK Rowling’s new Harry Potter spin-off is, in fact, a metaphor for LGBT rights. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them was released on Friday (November 18) and takes fans of the magical universe across the Atlantic to explore the wizarding world ...

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Defining Racism

I watched ‘Dear White People’ awhile back and it made me realise that racism is actually deeper than we think. What particularly caught my interest was when the protagonist explained that black people couldn’t be racist. I was very surprised and thought she didn’t know what she was saying. She ...

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Potent New Antibody Against HIV Discovered

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) in the US says it has identified a potent antibody that is capable of neutralizing 98% of known strains of HIV. The antibody, which has been named N6, was isolated in a person who has HIV. They are excited about the ...

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