The Proposal: Here Are Two Queer Men Are Looking For Long-Lasting Connections With Interested Queer Women

The Proposal: Here Are Two Queer Men Are Looking For Long-Lasting Connections With Interested Queer Women

1. A Germany-based Gay Man Looking To Co-Parent With A Lesbian or Bisexual Woman

Hello, I’m Felix, 30 years old, and a Nigerian gay man based in Germany. Sadly, I am under pressure to start my own family. My older siblings are all married with a kid or two. And so, all eyes from my family are on me to take my turn and do the needful.

However, I do not have any plans of getting married, but I am very much ready to have my own kids. For this reason, I’m here hoping to find a lesbian or bisexual lady who also wishes to have kids without necessarily being married to the father of her kids. I would prefer an independent woman, who would be willing to accept a 50/50 shared parenting plan.

You do not have to already be based in Germany, but for the child’s interest, we both need to be within the European schengen regions. The woman I am hoping to co-parent with should be understanding and a lover of children.

If you are interested, kindly reach out to me on felix.naijade@gmail.com

Thank you.

 

2. A Lagos-based Gay Man Looking To Commit To A Marriage With A Lesbian

I am Eddy, 35 years old, from the South, and a working professional who lives in Lagos, Nigeria.

I am seeking a contractual arrangement with a lesbian interested in starting a friendship that will eventually lead to marriage to me. This is quite urgent as my family is starting to pressure me into a marital commitment.

So the ideal woman should be within the age range of 28-34 years, from any part of the country, smart and a working professional. I am open to having children and willing to explore available channels to achieve this.

If you genuinely share the same plight, please reach out to me at ebncool@yahoo.com. We can take it up from there.

Thank you.

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  1. Rehoboth
    January 19, 08:52 Reply

    Mr Felix, have you ever considered getting a surrogate and a nanny for the kid(s)?

    Mr Eddy, it mustn’t necessarily be a lesbian. Expand your search to include ladies open to such arrangement

  2. Mandy
    January 19, 09:07 Reply

    Rehoboth is right. Felix, for what you are proposing, you don’t really need a lesbian partner. You are in the advanced society where you could easily get a surrogate to carry a child for you, and then a nanny to help you with the childcare.

  3. Felix
    January 19, 09:36 Reply

    A full time nanny in Germany would be charging around 1300 euros per month which is roughly 650k in naira. That’s a lot. These options would be the final resort.

    Instead of paying all that to a foreign Nanny, I’d rather go the village, marry a responsible girl, make her the mother of my kids and put her on a monthly salary of 150k (I believe 150k is enough to live a very comfortable life in the village)

    That’s why I’m considering co-parenting. But if this plan doesn’t work, village here I come!

    May God help us all

    • Sage Philip
      January 19, 20:46 Reply

      Beware of those village girls. Ha n’awazikwa Anya.

    • Royal Knight
      June 22, 09:20 Reply

      I understand your decision, for me it’s about giving the child or children a mother. That’s something surrogacy or having a nanny can’t replace.
      Wish you the best bro!

  4. Lopez
    January 19, 22:36 Reply

    And your child will be raised in a Nigerian village.

  5. MGMhater
    January 20, 10:51 Reply

    All these witches, allow them na. All these negative energy. Witch

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