Out Nigerian gay man is now ready to help other gays
Nigerian gay man Dan Yomi, is gearing up to launch a new project through which he hopes to help other gay people deal with issues relating to their sexual orientation such as coming out.
Yomi who currently resides in the U.K, was the first black Union president at Bournemouth University when he came out as gay last year to his parents via Whatsapp.
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According to him, the project ‘Living Free with Dan’ which is an online platform, is aimed at spotlighting the issues and creating a safe space and opportunity to connect with people like him as well as to dispel the myths around African Queerness and African mental health.
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Am a poor Nigerian gay man who hv been homeless since last year still now,, bcoz my family found out that am a gay,, I need to save country were I can meet my fellow LGBT people
Dan keep it up. Callistus here
Shedrack please my brother no 1 is poor, God loves you unconditionally its just that in life we all differ by Different backgrounds and dont feel bad that you Gay. Am very proud of you that you openly Gay, same as me its my 5year now on my marriage and 12 we together me and my husband. Through Christ everything is possible wait until ur prayers are answered by God. Dont give up please hang in there.
Thanks for this platform I do really appreciate it,being a gay in Nigeria is really hell,I’ve gone through a lot as a gay i live a lie,cus it’s a crime to be gay.Am thinking of relocating to where I can live my life and be happy.
Hmmm brothers it’s been hell in my family I was kicked out of the house because I greeted a gay guy in my street, have been roaming and sleeping under the fly overs since then.