Tag: LGBTQ+

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YNaijaSeptember 12, 2022

NIGERIA’s FIRST EVER (MONTH-LONG) LGBTQ+ PRIDE PROTESTS (OF MANY TO COME)

Part 3/15: Welcome to pride 2019 The origin of the pride flags, the Colours and the meaning behind them. Location: ...

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Chinedu OkaforNovember 5, 2021

VIS social impact calls on African script writers to apply

VIS Social Impact, the new studio division of ViacomCBS International Studios dedicated to the development of ground-breaking social impact-driven content, has opened ...

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Wilfred OkicheJune 30, 2021

Film Review: Joy, pain, defiance in HBO’s The Legend of the Underground

The infamous Same Sex Marriage Prohibition Act signed into law in 2014 revealed the cowardice of the Goodluck Jonathan Presidency. ...

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Op-Ed EditorJune 19, 2021

#PrideMonth: Boihood; Personal Triumphs of Being in Community With Bois

By Alexandra Maduagwu Boi has a variety of meanings. For this piece, which relates to masculine women or women-aligned people, ...

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Ado AminuMay 25, 2021

#PansexualAndPanromanticDayOfVisibility | 5 things you shouldn’t say to a pan person

Not many people even in the LGBTQ+ community pay any mind to pansexuality and panromanticism. The mere mention of the ...

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Ado AminuMay 4, 2021

The place of art in advancing LGBTQ+ equality | Music Edition

Picture this: A young boy of 10 flipping through the channels in search of a language to describe his struggles. ...

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Ado AminuFebruary 2, 2021

LGBT+ discrimination and the politics of being queer in Nigeria

Colonial History of Anti-LGBTQ+ laws in Nigeria Prior to Nigeria’s colonisation, there is nothing to show violence was perpetrated against ...

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Ado AminuJanuary 12, 2021

You can hate LGBT without inciting violence on the community

Few human groups are as talked about, dissected, vilified and dismissed nowadays as the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and other ...

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Op-Ed EditorNovember 7, 2020

#NonBinary: The Nigerian media frenzy over ‘gay’ news is becoming quite disturbing

by Adewale Alabi Conversations around queer rights in Nigeria are beginning to come to the forefront due to a more ...

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