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Aug 28, 2018
Be Queer ! Be safe !!
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Aug 8, 2021
Who killed 19 years old John in Lagos ?
Episode Summary In the early days of July 2021, A 19 years old gay boy named John after meeting a supposed gay man online was kidnapped in Igando, Lagos. This episode of Queercity podcast seeks to understand the situations surrounding the kidnapping and death of 19 years old gay John. QueerNerd @OKTimileyin would guide this narrative with the help of John's partner, John's Friend and another community member. John didn't deserve to die for being gay, or the horror of him bleeding to death after his parents paid 60,000 naira ransom. It's over 2 weeks since his death and burial, and we can't stop asking if his violator would ever get persecuted ? or this is just another "random gay gist". Who killed 19 years old John in Lagos ? Credit Executive Producer : Queercity Media and Productions @Queercitymediaandproductions Producer : Olaide Kayode Timileyin (@OKTimileyin) Voice over : TransgenderGirlfriend Background Music: https://www.purple-planet.com Childlike is available on all major streaming platform @Censodd Socials Website : Queercitypodcast.com Instagram : @Queercitypodcast Twitter : @Queercitypod9ja --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/queercity/message
Jul 18, 2021
Getting Justice for Cameroonian Transwomen Shakira and Patricia amidst death threats with Hamlet.
February 8th, 2021 Transgender women were arrested for “attempted homosexuality” in the West African Country of Cameroon. These Transgender women in person of Shakira and Patricia were rounded up by the police at a public restaurant were they had gone to buy food. By the 11th of May, 2021 Shakira and Patricia were sentenced to 5 years imprisonments with 200,000CFA fine each. Joining The Queer Nerd (@OKTimileyin) on this episode is Hamlet from the Work for our Well-being Cameroon. An indigenous human right organization standing in for sexual minorities and other victims of social injustices, in this case, they are Shakira and Patricia’s legal counsel. Last week, Shakira and Patricia were granted provisional freedom and On this episode Hamlet and I discuss the term of their freedom, the risk that looms on the street, and the reality of being a transgender woman in a Cameroonian prison. A Production of @queercitymediaandproductions Host : @OKTimileyin Graphics : @OKTimileyin Socials: Adaora Reference: https://youtu.be/vyzMJRVTOsg https://youtu.be/nAefBCaYHFs #ShakiroandPatricia #Queercitypodcast #LGBT #Cameroon #Oktimileyin --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/queercity/message
Jul 12, 2021
HIV stigmatization amongst Nigerian Gay men with Raldie Young
HIV programming has been at the core of LGBTIQ activism in Nigeria, just like the United States of America. Reinstating that Nigerian Queer lives matter has always had a kind of entry attached to the HIV advocacy projects. Even Notable Gay men like Elton John have their lives dedicated to fighting the virus with projects extending to Nigeria and handled by numerous NGOs. Sadly, Gay men across the world are still far behind when it comes to erasing the stigma surrounding the virus, most especially in Nigeria, where HIV status amongst gay men is a determinant of how much socialization and sexuality one would experience. For an already marginalized community, I (OKTimileyin) spoke with Raldie Young of The "We no get name" podcast on "HIV stigmatization amongst Nigerian Gay men with Raldie Young". Produced and hosted by @OKTimileyin (QueerNerd) Instagram: @Queercitypodcast Twitter: @Queercitypod9ja Website: Queercitypodcast.com All contents are based on a fair usage license --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/queercity/message