Nigerian gay rights activist, Bisi Alimi, who recently launched his 30 days of pride campaign, in which he will be sharing posts of what makes one a proud member of the LGBT community, has dropped yet another post shortly after he claimed he wants big balls rather than a big di*k.
According to Bisi Alimi, any man who justifies his masculinity by saying “I fuck pussy”, will soon fuck anything other than pussy as long as it will justify his masculinity. He added that there is more to masculinity than p*nis, and there is more to being a woman than being f*cked.
Here’s what he wrote below;
“Dear men; fucking a pussy will never qualify you as a man, lesbians fuck pussy too.
Dear women; any man that justifies his masculinity by saying “I fuck pussy” will soon fuck anything other than pussy as long as it will justify his masculinity.
To most men, sex is about ego never about love.
3 day of 30 days of pride. There is more to masculinity than penis and there is more to being a woman than being fucked. .
#pride #pridemonth #masculinity #feminism #happypridemonth #lesbian”
Bisi Alimi lived with HIV for three years with no treatment, because of the fear of being found out.He is the founder of the Bisi Alimi Foundation , whose aim is to promote equal opportunity and social inclusion of LGBT+ people in Nigeria. Alimi was a famous TV star in Nigeria when the media found out he was gay — a secret he’d long harbored, along with his HIV diagnosis.
‘When I came out, I did it for three reasons. One was personal, one was because I was inspired, and one was because of the global conversation.
There was this big conversation going on globally at the time, with lots of attention on gay marriage. And Nigeria was just saying that we don’t have people like that in our country.
The conversation in Nigeria wasn’t about opening up gay rights, so much as how do we stop that [homosexuality] coming here. They were looking to build a wall of traditional values, family values, so that gay people didn’t come to Nigeria.
Gene Robinson [in the US, the first bishop in an openly gay relationship] was an inspiration to me at the time, he was causing a ripple in the church about his own sexuality and it showed me that sexuality could be spoken about publicly’ he said in a interview.