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Dominant culture has long been the mouthpiece for the masses, controlling and reproducing social and cultural norms through institutionalized stories and narratives. These stories function within culture to shape identities on both a collective and individual level and construct the values and belief systems that we live by. But not

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Since its enactment in 2014, the Same Sex Marriage Prohibition Act continues to wreak havoc on the lives of LGBTI Nigerians throughout the country. This discriminatory law has opened a floodgate resulting in LGBTI Nigerians experiencing human rights violations in record numbers. The 2015 Report on Human Rights Violations based

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Hello, my name is Chika. I am, by the grace of God, 32 years old. I was born in Enugu State in Nigeria and I am currently residing in Lagos. I am an Anglican I consider myself a humble, obedient and tolerant person. I also accept situations as I see

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Cultural and religious beliefs are a powerful force in shaping the sexual practices of a society. In Nigeria, one of Africa’s most populous countries, conservative interpretations of religious texts have framed same-sex relationships and the larger LGBTI community as “un-African”. This belief system greatly impacts sexual minorities throughout the country