Beyoncé’s Vogue Portrait taken by Tyler Mitchell, will be on display at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. Tyler Mitchell shared this news on his Instagram on Tuesday, expressing his gratitude and excitement for the honor. “A year ago today we broke the flood gates open. Since then it was important to spend […]Read More
Eczema is a common, chronic, non-infectious skin condition. The main symptom of this inflammatory disease is a very itchy rash. Eczema, also called dermatitis, is a skin condition that causes patches of itchy, irritated skin. There are many types of eczema. Some cases are a response to an allergen or irritant, while others don’t have a clear cause. […]Read More
Seun Kuti, son of late Afrobeat legend, Fela Kuti, has weighed in on the trending window seat conversation involving Wole Soyinka and a young air passenger. In the viral report, the Nigerian man requested Nobel laureate, Wole Soyinka, to vacate his seat on board a flight over the weekend. The episode has since triggered reactions […]Read More
Nigerian doctor, Obinna Oke has shared a rather unfortunate news of the death of an 18-year-old undergraduate student who died after cutting off his manhood. The name of the victim is yet-to-be made public. According to Dr. Oke, the young man who has been allegedly associating with internet fraudsters and may be one […]Read More
‘Has anyone else noticed how everyone seems to be calling their boyfriends “Daddy” during sex now?,’ a friend asked recently. Yes, we all agreed. It’s all over social media, you can buy t-shirts with the words ‘Daddy’s girl’ or ‘Yes Daddy’ plastered over the front and ‘make her call you Daddy’ seems to have become a synonym for […]Read More
A teacher (name withheld) of a Catholic Secondary School in Lagos has narrated before an Ikeja Sexual Offences and Domestic Violence Court how an armed robber raped her in her home using a polythene bag (poly bag) as protection. The teacher made the revelation yesterday, while giving evidence during the trial of two men in their […]Read More
These findings are broadly aligned with other data that suggest that a country’s level of wealth is inversely proportional to its levels of religious commitment as measured by survey responses about daily prayer, belief in God, attendance at religious services and stated importance of religion in one’s life.Read More
We were together for six years but had a lot of problems. Our home was burgled and then his dad died. I couldn’t handle it all and lost out on getting my dream job.
I love him deeply but it felt the relationship was on hold all this time. We had so much to deal with we didn’t have time for each other.
If you experience disruptive pain associated with ovulation or nausea, vomiting, fever, chills or pain with urination, it’s best to contact your healthcare provider and talk about your symptoms and your contraceptive. The birth control pill can be helpful in preventing ovulation.Read More
Have you ever wondered what it really feels like to get kicked in the balls? Some dudes compare it to the pain of giving birth (um, no), while others say it’s more like getting punched in the stomach by a professional boxer.
We’ll never know for sure, but that doesn’t mean we’re not curious about other testicle mysteries.
Giving blood, getting vaccinated, or a stuffy, crowded train car—for some people, these brief moments of everyday discomfort can result in a loss of consciousness.
This dramatic reaction is known as vasovagal syncope or neurocardiogenic syncope. (Syncope, by the way, is a fancy term for “fainted.”)
I lost my wonderful wife to cancer 18 months ago and my world fell apart. Six months later, I went on a dating site hoping to find love again and met a very attractive woman. She is 33 and divorced, I am 42.Read More
Not many men are open to the idea of celebrating Valentines. Actually, were there a way out, a majority of them would have opted for a Valentines-free February. But have you ever considered the fact that the reason why your man may not be a big fan of Valentines is because you haven’t made him to? If you want to be at par with your man during this Valentines, here’s how to go about it.Read More
I HAD a wild threesome with two lovely girls — but one was my sister and I got them both pregnant.
It all started because my sister’s best friend and her husband were having trouble starting a family. I’m 31, my sister is 32 and her friend is 29.
The friend had tried for a baby for three years and couldn’t afford IVF. So she asked my sister if I would help out.
My girlfriend is 24 and I’m 23. She was always hitting on other guys and thought it was funny, especially when I’d confront her and threaten to leave.
She’d plead with me to stay with her.
I got off work early one Friday last month and caught her in bed with another guy. I shouted at her and chased him downstairs.
Photoshop has long been the bane of the body positivity movement, giving people the ability to edit and erase away so-called body flaws and imperfections.
But what about the photo editing apps we can download on our iPhones? They’re more accessible than Photoshop and can transform someone’s appearance in minutes.
The month of love is here. Counting down to D-Day, here are some more special days to keep in mind and celebrate before going all out with your love. Take note!
Rose Day – February 7
The first day of Valentine’s week is all about starting it off with some romance and flowers. Flowers help set the mood of the season of love that is to come and there is nothing that spells love, more than some beautiful big red roses.
I’m 20 and she’s 17 — nearly 18. My dad walked out on my mum when I was one years old and we’ve not heard from him since.
Then mum’s boyfriend moved in and my sister was born soon after, so we don’t have the same dad.
My mum enjoys being with men and there was an endless succession of them throughout my childhood.
Every guy wants to know how to prevent hair loss. Or, every guy wants to cling to the idea that it might be possible – even if he isn’t particularly worried about losing his hair. It’s reassuring to know that there’s some recourse out there if it ever gets bad up there.Read More