Tag "Discrimination"

Series (Non-Fiction) 22 Comments

DEAR STRAIGHT PEOPLE (Episode 3)

Dear Straight People It is those of you who are Catholics that I want to speak to today. In my aunt’s house, I had to go to church every Sunday

Profiles 10 Comments

“I Was Like A Fish Out Of Water.” Kenny Brandmuse Gives Tell-All Interview

So Kenny Brandmuse, the man who broke the internet in 2015 with his coming out, recently sat to an interview with a few media outlets to give a very illuminating

Editor's Desk 6 Comments

“You Just Don’t Want To Be Poor And Gay In Nigeria.” – Pa Ikhide

In a Facebook post following the historic decriminalization of gay sex in India, writer Pa Ikhide had this to say. Check on it. * The expectation by many that African

Poetry 1 Comment

For Jamel Myles

For what good is humanity If time and time again, it fails To achieve its one primal aim Which is to accept, love And protect those under its wings Regardless

Our Stories 8 Comments

Of Cakes And Cases

Recall the case of the Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple but ultimately narrowly won the case at the US Supreme Court in

Our Stories 12 Comments

Not Fats, No Femmes: Exclusion Within A Community Fighting For Inclusion

Deleting the Grindr app from my phone was possibly one of the most self-care actions I’d done lately; the app had simply lost its allure for me. it has become

Our Stories 9 Comments

YOUR WAY

You were born this way, but you do not like that you were born this way. You have hated yourself and everything around you. But as you grew, you came

Our Stories 4 Comments

INTERSEX: A SHADE OF NATURE

Originally published on accesstogoodhealthinitiative.com In our early ages, we are taught that everything comes with an exact opposite: black and white, good and evil, liquid and solid, men and women

The Happenings 3 Comments

India Rules That Sexual Orientation Is A Right. Dozens Of Other Countries Need To Catch Up

On August 24, India’s Supreme Court ruled that privacy is now a fundamental right for every citizen of the country. The landmark ruling’s impact is significant, especially for members of

The Happenings 11 Comments

Rapper MI slams Nigeria’s persecution of gay people, and someone else seeking relevance is responding

Chocolate City Boss, MI Abaga, has shared his thought on the antigay law in Nigeria, which saw 40 alleged homosexuals get arrested and arraigned in the past week. M.I, who