Tag "Lesbianism"

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GUILTY BY ASSOCIATION

My friend, Blessing, is someone I’ve known for years while growing up in Lagos. Even after I moved to Delta State some years ago, a new job and a new

Series (Non-Fiction) 5 Comments

SOMETHING ABOUT ROSEMARY (A Suits And Ties Episode)

Previously on Suits & Ties: “Wait first, Rosemary,” I said, cutting her off. “How do you know all these things? Can you explain how you became knowledgeable of the different

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The Minority Report Reviews #IfeTheMovie

In October 2020, The Equality Hub premiered its ground-breaking movie about a lesbian romance, titled Ìfé. The film was executive-produced by Pamela Adie, directed by Uyaiedu Ikpe-Etim, and stars Uzoamaka

Fiction 2 Comments

KITO DIARIES PRIZE FOR WRITING: NOT AT THE WARFRONT

Darkness. Total darkness. Not a single light in sight. It was like a continuous descent into a bottomless dark pit, and then she stopped falling and slowly crawled up the

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SHE FELT THE TINGLE

I started realizing that I liked girls when I was about 5 years old. And I thought it was normal. I was a total tomboy from birth and would always

Kito Stories 9 Comments

HER COMING OUT STORY

Remember when I wrote this story about my family orchestrating suitors for me, men who came calling for my hand in marriage? Well, top among these men was Nnamdi, the

The Happenings 3 Comments

This woman realizes her chickens are in a lesbian relationship and it’s an animal-farm love story

Two hens brought together in quarantine have fallen in love, and the story of how their owner realised she had lesbian chickens is heartwarming. In a viral Twitter thread, Amanda

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CLOTHES AND THE LESBIAN

“Shining in the light of your Halo—ooo, I got my angel now!” We are belting out the lyrics to Queen Bey’s Halo as the car moves through weekday traffic of

The Happenings 3 Comments

#BBNaija: Post Mercy-and-Tacha Fight, and Tacha Fans Are Dragging In Lesbianism As A Smear Tactic Against Mercy

When all fails, villainize homosexuality. It is a formula that almost always works for Nigerians. Following the animosity that boiled over into a fight between Big Brother housemates Tacha and

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RAFIKI IS A NECESSARY STORY (A Movie Review)

When I learnt that there was going to be a screening for the Kenyan film, Rafiki, at the Ake Arts and Book festival – which was concluded about two weeks