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The Minority Report on Rainbows and Mirrors

The LGBT Flag is represented by the colours of the rainbow: Red for Life, Orange for Healing, Yellow for Sunlight, Green for Nature, Blue for Harmony/Peace, and Violet for Spirit.

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Happy Pride Month, Everyone

“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.” Oscar Wilde Having pride isn’t about ego or power or being vain. It’s about loving yourself, and loving yourself warts and all, and

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The Minority Report on What It Means To Be Queer

Queer is a term that has gone through a number of routes of significance for the LGBT community. First it was a slur. Then it got reclaimed as a way

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A Little Bit Of Lesbian Drama

Came across this Facebook update posted by Olu Bunmi, which gives some interesting insight into the Nigerian lesbian community. It is the kind of drama that makes gay men shenanigans

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With Game Of Thrones now over, JK Rowling reveals that Jon Snow is gay

Popular children’s author and part time twitter troll JK Rowling has today revealed to her many fans that popular Game of Thrones character Jon Snow is gay, disabled, and also

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Waka Pass Diaries (No Shame)

May 23 During my journey of self-ownership, I read something somewhere where it was written: “When you refuse to see the shame in something about you, then you take away

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The Minority Report on The Nigerian Gay Culture (Part 2)

Following from last episode, the hosts of The Minority Report are still doing a dive into the Nigerian Gay Culture. This time, the conversation is about the worth of LGBT

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#NaDem: Kito Alert in a Thread of Tweets

I came across a twitter thread that was using the hashtag #NaDem to point out the characteristics of kito threats. The tweets aren’t anything we haven’t already been sounding off

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The Minority Report on The Nigerian Gay Culture

From gay roles (top and bottom) and the stereotypical attributes that go with them, to the normalizing of pedophilia and statutory rape in the gay community, and the mindset of