How I Resist (A Second Chapter)

How I Resist (A Second Chapter)

This month, April, will mark the first anniversary of the bold step we took as a community in declaring our truths. It was called the How I Resist campaign. If you still haven’t downloaded your copy, HERE’S THE LINK to the compilation of all the declarations made in the campaign.

Realizing how much we. As a community, took the campaign, I decided that we should have another go at it. This time, we would focus on how we resist in our places of work. Whether white collar job, contract job, working from home or at an office or a site, whatever your hustle may be, the idea is for you to tell us how you use your hustle to maintain your stance as an LGBT individual living in Nigeria.

In case y’all have forgotten or weren’t aware of the campaign, you are only required to send to us your words of how you resist (a few words) and your photograph, shadowed for those who are protective of their anonymity or plain for those who are out and proud.

You either email these to us at pantherptb@yahoo.com or kitodiaries@gmail.com, or DMed to us at any of the Kito Diaries social media accounts.

Your picture and a few words.

Which we will put together and update at different dates on the blog and on the Kito Diaries social media pages.

For a better understanding of what is involved, simply click HERE for a look-see of all the declarations that were posted during the last campaign or HERE to download the compilation.

Let us resist once again and let our society know that we are here and we are going nowhere!

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  1. Mandy
    April 03, 11:43 Reply

    And we are BACK!!!
    Let us resist, baby! 😄😄💪💪

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