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

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 living in Nigeria?

Then our sister LGBT forum, One Action Foundation, needs you.

One Action Foundation is calling on all members in the community to share their powerful stories by following THIS LINK.

All you have to do is click the link to the survey beyond and answer the questions you come across with as much detailed information as you can.

These stories will in turn be incorporated into a video docu-series whose aim is to create connection, raise awareness and hopefully help break barriers of stigma, silence and shame. Episodes of this human-centric series are designed to address issues such as living in the closet, being victims of Intimate Partner Violence, suicide and living with HIV. And whatever story you send in will be read my strangers videoed to create a clearer understanding of what it feels to be a member of Nigerian LGBTQ+ community.

It goes without saying that anonymity will be guaranteed for participants of this project.

So, guys, do kindly follow the LINK and let your stories be heard.

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