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Submissions Have Been Closed On The Birthday-Giveaway Pride Contest

The literary contest that asked members of the Nigerian LGBT community to write on “What Pride Means To Me” has officially been closed for submissions. It was a two-week period

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What You Advocate For Is Both Personal And Public

Ever since Bisi Alimi posted his “response” to all the outrage caused by his Facebook post, I’ve been getting stormed by people who want to know what I have to

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The Minority Report on the Audacity of Privilege

There are members of the LGBT community in Nigeria who actually believe that the activism for gay rights is a waste of time. That gay Nigerians who lament their inability

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  1. trystham
    July 26, 09:08 Reply

    19 stereotypical, not so? I must attend one

  2. Mandy
    July 26, 10:38 Reply

    I have a problem with the submissiveness implied in the tweet about encountering the police. There has to be a better reaction to encountering the police than just bowing to their will. These men in uniform will continue to overstep their bounds if we civilians keep buckling under their brutality.

  3. Pablo ™
    July 27, 11:58 Reply

    I laughed hard at two of the piece. So gay pride happens in Nigeria? This village is shielding me from orishirishi.

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