A podcast exploring the lives of Nigerian LGBTQs.
S2E2: In conversation with Amara, the lesbian
In this episode, Youtuber and online personality, Amara and Rain Bow discuss abuse in queer relationships in depth. Amara shares personal experiences that shape her thinking today and also gives insight on understanding the patterns that create abusive behavior in queer relationships
S2E5: What's happening with Ghana's LGBTQ community?
In this episode, Shakia Asamoah, a PhD student in Education Policy, Teaching, and Leadership and queer activist, gives us a detailed history of the queerphobic bill being proposed in Ghana -- the events before it was proposed, the arrest of the 21 persons in Ho and the role the Ghanaian media played in escalating the issue. She also tells us how we, as queer Africans can help.
S2E4: The Pride Diaries - A Conversation With Doctors On Queer People's Health
An enlightening conversation about how queer people perceive and take care of their health with Dr Chi Chi, a medical doctor, entrepreneur and DJ, Elile Okoka, a medical student and researcher, and Amanda Iheme, a Psychotherapist.
S2E3: Making politics personal with Olutimehin Adegbeye
A fun and informative conversation about coming into queer politics with writer, Olutimehin Adegbeye
S2E1: Abuse in queer relationships 2
In this episode, queer Africans share personal stories of abuse with their partners. This includes physical, emotional, and sexual abuse. It contains sensitive language.
Ep 15: Colors of love (Pride month special)
In this episode, queer Nigerians talk about love that sees and accepts them as they are. Some talked about their chosen families while others talked about romantic love and self-love. It features an interview with Tolu Osinubi, a gay Nigerian woman, living out in the UK. She played rugby for Yorkshire & relocated to London in 2016 where she works as Technology Manager at Deloitte, living with her fiancee. This episode was produced by Joyce Olong, whose song, Zimbabwe also played in the background.