by Binyavanga Wainaina (A lost chapter from One Day I Will Write About This Place) 11 July, 2000. This is not the right version of events. Hey mum. I was putting[…]
by Akin Akintayo
Last week the Nigerian Senate debated the Same Gender Marriage (Prohibition) Bill 2011 which passed its second reading and it has now moved to committee stage, however, the fact is Nigeria does not need such a law because there is no prospect of homosexuality gaining any normalcy in the society because the concept of same-sex marriage can take root.
This is a press release by Writers and Academics Against Homophobia. Feel free to append your signatures in the comment section, and to share this petition through your social networks. _________________________________[…]
On Monday, 1st March, a group of activists and civil society organisations in Uganda presented a petition signed by 450,000 people from across the world opposing the Anti-Homosexuality Bill. The[…]
This is a problem, and not just a Ugandan problem.