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Our goal is to promote positive representation and humanization of queer people in Nigeria.
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By Ado Aminu There is a theory that was once the reign I trusted to lead my life to some conclusion – whole if not satisfied. It goes thus, ‘if you just live your life quietly enough, pick the occasional lover now and then with careful precision, you will be just fine.’ I learned thatContinue reading “Liberty or death – it is this or nothing for queer Nigerians”
by Chinelo Anyadiagwu (They/Them) On Privilege: It would be an incredible breach of ethics to not mention that I live in the United States. I was born and raised – until secondary school – in Nigeria. I am Queer, and I plan to live in Nigeria as soon as I can afford to do so There are a fewContinue reading “All Nigerians Are Impacted by The Government Sanction of Homophobia Through SSMPA”
We asked six Queer Nigerians what pride means to them and the things they are doing to celebrate and affirm themselves and their community this month.
For years, pride month has been a celebration of LGBTQIA+ people all over the world, our history, our struggles and how far we’ve come in our fight. For countries where homosexuality is legal, Pride is a big and colorful celebration where every queer person celebrates themselves and their community. Here in Nigeria pride has mostlyContinue reading “We asked six Queer Nigerians what pride means to them and the things they are doing to celebrate and affirm themselves and their community this month.”