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  1. Grantomy
    Grantomy at |

    Reading through you post has no doubt left me with teary eyes. I am a teenager who is also finding it quite difficult to fit in with those around me because of my sexual orientation and fear of being discovered. Here in Nigeria, many people actually think your being gay is something you choose, but it’s not. They don’t know the emotional pain you are forced to live with for the rest of your life. Most times i just wished it was a nightmare that i can wake from, but it is not. Well, I am very grateful to you for what you are doing and I pray that God will use you as a platform to reach out to many. thanks

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    1. Mike Daemon
      Mike Daemon at |

      Grantomy, I feel your pain, trust me, I really do hope the platform off course as it is meant to ‘educate and change people’s negative views on the subject of homosexuality in Nigeria’ Trust me, you are never alone. Add me up on facebook, I promise to get and keep in touch. Here: http://www.facebook.com/daemonofficial. Peace!

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    2. LGBT Rights NG
      LGBT Rights NG at |

      Cool. I’m a teenager too. Get to contact me, on fb: http://fb.com/prince.ebuka.900

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  2. Sibonelo Ncanana Trower
    Sibonelo Ncanana Trower at |

    Very sad and painful story. I hope that one day all will be well in your country and that your family will realise the pain they have caused you

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  3. muonyad
    muonyad at |

    same thing I am passing through

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    1. Mike Daemon
      Mike Daemon at |

      Muonyad, Be encouraged, you are not alone, however, if you feel the need to talk to someone, please reach out to me. Thank you

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  4. spiralx
    spiralx at |

    Very pleased to read how you found a lady who accepts you as you are, especially when she doesn’t entirely understand it herself. That’s wonderful for you. I would say what others have already said before: your true family are the people who love you for who you are. Your biological family is something else again. And always remember that your sexual orientation does not define who you are. It is a biological trait that you can use or misuse, like being black, or being male. Your life is up to you. So go out there and prove that those who really care about you are right to believe in you. I know you can do it.

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  5. collins
    collins at |

    That’s so Bad… have they been a position you see your self dying but you can’t even help yourself. All they need is our love, care and support….my worst pain is that most of this guy’s are talented but not given opputurnity to showcase their talent due to how they appear. We are all created equal by God….judgments and it’s rewards is from God alone. Let’s stop discrimination and embrace Diversity.

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    1. Shantel +27740888594
      Shantel +27740888594 at |

      Same like mine,I always ask myself is it a crime to be gay,I was disown at d age of 15,most people call me ghost bcos I don’t have parents,life is hell,but thanks to God am living happy in south Africa anytime I think of my parents,I feel like a dog without bone,

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