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Out Of The Closet Nigerian gays speak out on who they are [Video]

Homosexuals in Nigeria are beginning to come out of their closets to admit who they are.

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Nigerian gays are becoming more courageous by the day and are gradually coming out of their closets to talk about their sexual orientation and what it means to be who they are.

Even the Anti-Gay Law that was enacted last year does not seem to deter them as some of them are now openly admitting their sexuality.

Read More: "Anti-Gay Law: “Nigerian Gays Might Start Committing Suicide” – Homosexual Reverend, Jide Macaulay"

In a video that has gone viral, two of the homosexual men openly admitted to being gays and why people hate them.

Read More: "Being Gay: New documentary showing assaults faced by homosexuals in Nigeria"

One of them who says his name is Oluwaseun, an indigene of Lagos State, says that public treatment of the gay community is so severe that many homosexuals refuse to tell anyone, even their family members.

Another gay man in the video, Oluwatoju, says he would love to have children in future even though he is gay.

Watch the full video here.

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