Why do Nigerians really find it difficult to talk about some budding issues hence they are really eating deep into our society.
There are several issues that deserves priority attentions but have been relegated to the background while we concentrate on issues of less importance, we are trying to tackle HIV/AIDS, we talk about unfaithfulness in marriage, unprotected sex, unfaithfulness to partners and all that but refuse to talk about homosexuality and homosexual sex.
There are a couple of gay/lesbians hangouts/clubs around and yet we don't still deem it fit to understand that this thing is fast eating deep into our society, i hope we wuld not wake up one day to realise that our brothers/sisters/aunties/cousins have been lured into it (GOD FORBID)
A few days ago, Funmi Iyanda was forced to reduce her TV program(NEW DAWN) to once a week and all other broadcast of her consequence editions censored because she interview a guy who is a gay, and was despised, ejected and rejected from work and abandoned by family, even beaten.
it's crazy that despite the fact that people are openly admitting to the fact that they are gays/lesbians we still Why don't we just admit that the stuff is real in our society so that we can look for a way forward, so that we can educate our young ones so that they don't get lured and influed into it.
Why don't we face reality instead of caressing and embracing mediocrity.
What do you think and what do you think is the way forward.