The Proposal: Three Nigerian Men Are Looking For Queer Women To Partner With In Contract Marriages

The Proposal: Three Nigerian Men Are Looking For Queer Women To Partner With In Contract Marriages

1. I am Prince, a 32-year-old gay businessman based in Eastern Nigeria.

I’m looking for a Queer woman of any ethnicity (preferably Igbo) who’s interested in a mutual relationship which would lead to an arranged/contract marriage with the sole aim of raising biological kids.

I’m a very discreet man who prefers a low profile in relationship affairs.

Interested ladies of any age should contact me on 08087750399 (WhatsApp) for us to get better acquainted.

Thank you.

 

2. Hello. I am Kay, a Gay Man based in Nigeria. I live and work in Lagos. I am 31 years old, and the pressure for me to get married keeps increasing by the day from my family.

I really need a Queer woman in her twenties or who’s my age, who is ready to get married and has the same challenges that I do. I would love us to have children together through whatever means we can agree upon. The goal is for us both to be able to live our lives as a married couple.

Any lady who is interested in this partnership with me can reach me via kanifowosh032@gmail.com so that we can get acquainted and discuss how to make this arrangement a reality.

Thank you.

 

3. My name is Baba and I am a 29-year-old (almost 30) man living in Nigeria. I am in need of a bisexual/lesbian woman who is willing and interested in going into a marriage of convenience with me. It has taken me several months to write this because I wanted to be sure this is something I will be able to do. I have had a few fake relationships with straight women but I cannot enter a marriage based on lies and I cannot bring myself to committing, not because I can’t perform or be with a woman, but because it wouldn’t be fair to the woman to be in a marriage where she is in the dark about who I am. I wouldn’t be able to live with the guilt.

I come from one of the states in the central region of Nigeria. I was born into a Christian family, am educated, have a regular job and also run a business.

I am looking for a queer woman between the ages of 23 and 28 from any part of Nigeria. I am hoping to be friends with this woman, because I believe friendship is the key for this to work. Because family is important to me, I would want to have children with this woman. I am open to whatever means she would feel comfortable with when it’s regarding having children.

The pressure hasn’t mounted on me to get married at the moment, but I don’t want to wait for that to happen before going after the best solution to this situation. Please, anyone interested in this arrangement should contact me through the email address zed.eye@yahoo.com.

Thank you.

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6 Comments

  1. McDuke
    June 05, 14:33 Reply

    Good luck guys ✌🏿…one has to do what needs to be done 🤷🏿‍♂️

  2. Pankar
    June 07, 00:39 Reply

    I’m a queer woman (35 ) looking for a queer man who is older for child rearing purposes. 09136349919

    • Lopez
      June 08, 09:37 Reply

      This I get, but to marry, I don’t get. Wish you luck

  3. Earl
    June 13, 23:53 Reply

    I wish you guys well ❤️

  4. Chyña
    June 16, 10:52 Reply

    LOL, This is Africa, where societal pressures and expectations outweighs individual opinions
    Wish you luck guys

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