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In Biblical times, the story of the punishment God meted to the people of Sodom and Gomorrah comes to mind.
That experience is a reminder that man should not violate the natural order.
You can do your thing if you like it, but I haven’t been with a girl before,” she added.
Western hysteria about President Goodluck Jonathan’s signing of the Same Sex Prohibition Act 2013 could not have come as a surprise to watchers of the strong advocacy for recognition of the rights of homosexuals euphemistically called the gay community.
She came in company of about 18 other girls, within the same age bracket. Before I left Rosebud, I told her I was a journalist.
They had been invited to a night party in Delta North, Delta State. She gestured to another young girl seated not far away, smoking. What I saw on her face showed that she was not comfortable with my presence. She smiled and said, “If you write about me, they will jail you too.” I knew I had missed an opportunity to have a full blown interview with a lesbian.
I always get questions when I play movie roles and stuffs but I’ve only kissed a girl once and that was in a movie and that was because I had to play a role.
Lesbian Back in July 2013, I came in contact with a lady, 23, who claimed to be a part three student at University of Benin, UNIBEN. ” That is University of Benin.” I got more curious. I was torn between leaving Rosebud and joining my colleague for my primary purpose of being at the event.
Sunday Vanguard learnt that some Western countries have been encouraging young people with as much as 0,000 to form gay clubs and engage in activities that will bring them in conflict with the law, in order to remain in the media.
The West wants to portray Nigeria as violating the fundamental human rights of its gay community.
It is strange to think that there is this uproar to a practice that has been thriving in Nigeria’s urban cities, the academic community and northern part of the country.
The new law criminalises same sex culture and practice in the country, but the fact remains that the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic recognises marriage “as a union between a man and a woman”.Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights have been on the front burner of public domain in the Caucasian world.