Tag "LGBT Pride"

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We Are Rainbows. We Are Beautiful

There’s a world out there One which we desperately weave ourselves to be part of A world blinded to our difference Rocking ourselves hard to be its missing puzzles Beating

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WHEN I THINK OF PRIDE

In early 2017, I was coming home from school. There was this barbershop at the end of my street. Some guys were sitting in front of it, loudly discussing women

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#NaijaLGBTPride: LGBT Nigerians flock Twitter to Celebrate Pride Month

Yesterday, 24 June, there was kicked off a Twitter movement, marked by the hashtag #NaijaLGBTPride, to commemorate the Pride Month amongst the Nigerian LGBT communities. With a question “What Does

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‘Glory’, A New Pride Song?

There have been many songs out recently that we have used to find solace and confidence in who we are. From The Greatest Showman’s This Is Me to Troye Sivan’s

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PRIDE OF THE ANGRY GAY NIGERIAN

It is the month of Pride and I am angry. I am angry for the gay Nigerian. I am angry for our Pride. I am angry at the injustices we

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“Everything Starts With Love.” Jussie Smollett’s Powerful Pride Message

‘Love yourself and love each other. We are literally all we got, and I say this in every single show. I turn the lights up on the audience and I

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‘I’m Proud to Be a Happily Married Bisexual Mother.’ – Anna Paquin

The final, seventh season of True Blood kicks off later this month on HBO, but in the meantime, series star Anna Paquin has other things to celebrate — including LGBT