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“As A Christian, I Don’t Subscribe To The Gay And Lesbian Life Choice.” Oby Ezekwesili Clarifies

During her session at Chatham House, after getting questioned by LGBT activist Bisi Alimi on the subject of the inclusion of LGBT Nigerians in her government, ACPN presidential candidate Oby

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The Day My Class Of Law Students Talked About Homosexuality In Our Human Rights Class

So just a few days ago in class, we were discussing the topic of the Ombudsman, and we were made to understand that it is called the “Public Complaints Commission”

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Opinion: Unlearning Homophobic and Transphobic Behavior and the Fear of Labels

People are afraid of labels, even when the labels fit them perfectly. What happens when you call a racist person racist? They’ll probably start crying, after calling you the n-word.

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Lessons Learned From ‘She Called Me Woman’ (Entry 10)

[Click here for LESSON 9] LESSON 10 From the chapter, ‘What Is Happiness’, ZH says: “I believe in living like this: if someone is not hurting you, you do not

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DEAR STRAIGHT PEOPLE

Dear Straight People I really do not understand some of you people. You really don’t have to be an LGBT ally, I swear. You don’t. Please if you aren’t, do

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Hate Begets A Man

There were two things he hated most passionately – abortion and homosexuality. And because he was born so awesomely brilliant and had such extreme work ethics, he chased the profession

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LETTER TO MY HOMOPHOBIC EX-FRIEND

Dear Former Friend I had actually blocked you here on Facebook but I had to unblock you just to tell you something. I have often wondered why judgmental homophobic people

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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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If It’s Broke, Let God Fix It

Him: Hey, good morning! Me: Good morning buddy. Him: I know this might sound strange, but I really need to talk to you right now. Me: I’m listening. Go on.

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“But Who Have I Hurt If I Were Gay?” Chude Jideonwo’s Must Read Equality Speech

A speech by Chude Jideonwo One of the tragedies of human progress is this constant tug between two stubborn binaries: progressive and conservative. People often camp in front of their