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How Do We Solve A Problem Like Bobrisky?

Is Bobrisky really even a problem? Like who is this guy and how did he become a name on everybody’s lips? Before I get into this article proper, let me say that I had criticized Bobrisky in the past, but as one progresses in life, opinions, like every other thing ...

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Dear Nigerian, Gay People Are Not The Problem. Corrupt People Are.

Originally published on thefemmemedia.com Disclaimer: This post is targeted at religious bigots that think gay people are the problem with Nigeria. Hopefully, I’m not pouring water into a basket. Being religious doesn’t mean one is bigoted. Conversely, being an atheist/agnostic doesn’t mean one is not bigoted. Dear Nigerian Bigots, The ...

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THE LANGUAGE OF PREJUDICE. Or: THE HEARTLESS (CRAZY) (GAY) PERSON?

As we saw in this Facebook post from a couple of days ago, a certain Darren shared the story of the sexual abuse he suffered as a child in the hands of a man who was his soccer coach. First off, let me say how sad I feel about what ...

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There Is No Second Guessing The Consequences Of Hate

Originally published on kritzmoritz.com You don’t have to be a victim to understand the tragic consequences of Sunday’s mass shooting in Orlando, Florida. Omar Mateen, a trained weapon expert, twice questioned about links to terrorist organisations and as we know now, with mortal degree of internalised homophobia, opened fire at ...

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The Feminist Civil War Brewing Over Caitlyn Jenner

Feminist Stalwart versus Transgender Icon: It may sound like a warped new comic strip, but really it’s the first installment in what could be a series of very real conflicts between warring politically correct factions. Prominent feminist Germaine Greer is being denounced for claiming that transgender women “can’t be women.” ...

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Voltron For Chimamanda Adichie

“Your assumptions are your windows on the world. Scrub them off every once in a while, or the light won’t come in.” ― Isaac Asimov For some time, I’d been feeling very dissatisfied with my work and life. This disquiet made me withdrawn, as I pondered on all the things ...

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THE WOMEN WERE TALKING

Hi, I’m JBoy, and yes, I’m about to gist you that gist that most Nigerians don’t like gisting about. This one took place in my workplace, which you should know is not a very friendly LGBT environment. And so, with the current LGBT clime dominating the world, the talk at ...

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Judge Dismisses Lawsuit By Nebraska Woman Suing Homosexuals On Behalf Of Jesus

A federal judge has dismissed a woman’s lawsuit which she filed against all gay people, for Jesus’ sake. The Christian woman from Nebraska last week filed a lawsuit against the entire group of “homosexuals” in America, in her role as Ambassador for the plaintiffs, namely, “God, and His, Son, Jesus ...

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Chimamanda Adichie: ALL NIGERIANS MUST MATTER EQUALLY

I know the elections are way past, and the brouhaha surrounding Oba Akiola’s thoughtless remarks have died down. But I have been reading Chimamanda Adichie’s written response to the Oba, and I simply just had to share it. Most of y’all must have already read it. I’m not even sharing ...

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The Danger In Raven Symone’s Comments About Race And Labels

By Danielle Moodie-Mills, previously published in cosmopolitan.com During an interview with Oprah for Oprah’s Where Are They Now? series, former Cosby kid Raven-Symone, whose hair is now the color of the rainbow, declared that she is a “colorless person.” Yes, you just read that correctly. In her interview, Symone told ...

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