Tag "Nigeria"

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“NO. LESBIANS DON’T HAVE IT EASIER THAN YOU.” A Lesbian ‘Love’ Letter To Gay Men

I was part of a diverse and inclusive conversation two days ago – an event which was amazing by the way – when someone brought up the fact that LGBT+

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The Nigerian Businessman is like the US Cake Baker

This is me, jejely downloading the films and series that I watch for myself, on my own data. Then Glo reduces their data drastically and I decide to outsource the

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Nigerian woman gives her “expert” opinion on Homosexuality

As usual, Nigerians trot their prejudice about under the guise of “intelligence” and “psychological wokeness”.

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NIGERIAN WHILE GAY

Yesterday, I went out with a friend. We had hot dogs and soft drinks. Talked. All the while, this fine brother pranced about. He’d leave his post, checking people’s tickets,

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There’s A Video Docu-Series In The Making And We Need Your Stories To Make It Happen

Do you have a story that you feel can empower members in the community or an experience that has shaped you to be who you are as an LGBTQ+ person

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The Viral Story of the Woman who was Married to a Gay Man

By now y’all must have read the viral twitter narrative of Sadiya Lawal who got married to Hamisu in a marriage that suffered because her husband was gay and unable

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#HowIResist Campaign 3

You must first accept yourself. You must first approve your own existence, in whatever form you exist. You must first realize that you do not need any validation outside that

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A SUMMARY OF THE ANTI-LGBT CRIMINAL LAWS OF NIGERIA

Due to the Federal system of Government practiced in Nigeria, the Federal Government through the National Assembly and the Governments of each of the 36 States through their various Houses

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#HowIResist Campaign 2

It is time to look inwards into the deplorable mess of cultural, religious and legal restrictions that we have tired ourselves in and open our hearts, minds and spirits to

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ALL SHE DID WAS LOOK LIKE A GUY!

As a Nigerian, I should not be shocked by some of the stories I hear. But on that day, when a good friend of mine shared with me an ordeal