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Here’s how to help fight homophobia in Nigeria

Logo of the No Strings podcast

Logo of the No Strings podcast

Want to help LGBTI Nigerians speak out against that nation’s homophobia and transphobia?  The outspoken No Strings podcast is part of that fight.

It’s seeking a bit of financial help to continue that good work.  Please contribute if you can.

Coverage of the podcast is in the recent article “Nigerian podcast, website join fight against homophobia.”

For future podcasts, visit the No Strings podcast website.

7 thoughts on “Here’s how to help fight homophobia in Nigeria

  1. My parents are Nigerian, and Christian. The opposition to homosexuality is largely based on religious grounds (opposed by both Christians and Muslims), which shows why countries needs true separation from Church and State.

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