Thursday, April 22, 2021
Here's the thing; It will slowly dawn on you that you are different. You will realize that you are not like the other boys and girls. At first, you will have no words to describe this disparity you feel...
"Well-cum" to the official international female orgasm day. No, this is not a joke. There's a valid law out there that recognizes this day and advocates that women dedicate it to getting orgasms. The law was passed in Espertina,...
By Joanne Ike    Somewhere in a bus park, a little girl with cerebral palsy called Esther begs. She drags herself from bus to bus, her knees supported by slippers thinned from over use. Her hands and legs are grazed by...
 - Oludolapo Ige    For many Nigerians, the idea of homosexuality is simply unthinkable. In their minds there’s no argument, it’s an abomination, full stop, the conversation ends there. But whether they like it or not, the conversation is just beginning. The...
By Joanne Ike    In Nigeria, sex is a topic discussed in hushed tones or avoided. One wonders how the country copes with conversations of sex and sexuality being sparked all around the world. However, despite these new conversations, there still remains...
In an unexpected turn of events, afro-soul singer Simi has apologised for her homophobic bigotry towards the LGBTQ community. Posted via her Twitter account and written on iPhone Notes, she revealed that it took the near-death experience of a...
Every week, we round up the best tweets revolving around the themes we explore on the blog.  Here are some of the tweets we loved from the past week that inspired us, made us laugh, or made us go...
While we await the release of Ìfé the Movie, a cinema feat that has garnered massive anticipation in and out of the shores of Nigeria, let's look back on some movies that have told the stories of LGBT Africans...
Since the beginning of time, humans have been obsessed with labels. It makes it easier to put people in a box and label them in a category. Oftentimes, some group of people don't fit neatly into one category or...
“Don’t grieve. Anything you lose comes round in another form.” ― Rumi Belief of reincarnation is entrenched in certain African cultures – The Yorubas and Igbos come to mind - hence the Yoruba name Babatunde (which means father returns) and the Igbo...