I share bits of myself and bits of other women who belong to the LGBTQ community in Nigeria. This is our honest Truth and Experience! Our laughter, joys, tears, sorrow, sadness...there is so much beauty in this journey!
Randoms and The Return
On this episode, I basically discuss a wild range of topics ranging from how this podcast has fared in my absence, what I have been up to, love, marriage, relationships, to the state of Nigeria, relocation to Canada, the openness of Gen Z and the Millennials. I also introduce a new direction I want this podcast to take. If you’re interested in sharing your experience on the podcast anonymously as an LGBTQ Nigerian or just telling us about the plans you have for your future, you can send a mail on firstname.lastname@example.org or drop a message here on Anchor. Thank you so much!
A MESSAGE OF LOVE
I saw this beautiful write up on a friend’s Social Media. I thought the words were beautiful. But it rang even truer to me today, having three different friends say the same thing to me. “Be open to loving again.” I have experienced some of the most painful heartbreaks, not just from women but men too. As a result of that, I closed my mind out to love. Ironically, I have been getting this outpouring of love recently and trying as much as possible not to let it in because I am TERRIFIED of falling and getting heartbroken again. I hope this speaks to you as it did to me. I hope you’re encouraged to love and live again.
MARRIAGE PRESSURE AND THE UNKNOWN FUTURE OF BISEXUALS
In this episode, I talk about the pressure from family to get married and the uncertainties that accompany bisexuality
On this episode, I give a little history about myself, my sexuality and life in general. I also try to explain my sexuality in as simple words as possible.
Life of a Nigerian Bisexual Woman surviving in Lagos (Trailer)