Nigerian lady marks 10 years of being a lesbian, lists her achievements in past decade

Nigerian lady marks 10 years of being a lesbian, lists her achievements in past decade

- A Nigerian lesbian and LGBT rights activist has taken to social media in celebration of her freedom day

- According to her, the occasion marks 10 years since she has come out as a lesbian and divorced her husband

- The lady shared all her major achievements over the decade with the intention to inspire others

A Nigerian lady identified as Pamela Adie, recently inspired members of the internet community after sharing her personal struggles, wins and achievement over the last decade, as she celebrated her ‘freedom day’.

According to Adie, the event marks 10 years since she took the life changing decision of coming out as a lesbian, while ditching marriage, and the perks of motherhood. She noted that she would have been living as a closeted lesbian in her marriage, if she never spoke up.

"By now, I would have had 3 children and would have been celebrating the 10th anniversary of the wedding to my ex-husband. Many would have clapped and congratulated me for having been married for so long. But I wouldn’t have been honest with my self and those celebrating one would know that I am lesbian behind closed doors. But today, I celebrate my truth and my freedom," Adie wrote.

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The LGBT rights activist went on to roll out her major achievement over the course of the years. She bagged two masters degree, got listed among the most inspiring women in Africa and also featured among the 10 powerful names in advocacy in Nigeria, among other notable achievements.

Adie said:"I have led a global campaign that mobilized people to stop a deeply homophobic pastor from entering South Africa to spread hate, been listed as one of 100 most inspiring women in Africa, listed among the 10 most powerful names in Advocacy in Nigeria, spoke at the World Economic Forum, received the Young Alumni Achievement Award, wrote, produced and directed my first documentary film, and became an Obama Foundation Leader."

Adie noted that sharing her story is aimed at inspiring others and helping them understand that nothing ever remains the same. She also made it clear that all that has happened to her is far from being lucky, but instead the rewards of paying her dues.

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"As a side note, I have to reject the notion that I am somehow “lucky”. I’m not lucky. I paid my dues. I paid the heavy price and I’m getting the reward. So, please don’t say “she’s lucky”, she said.

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Nigerian lady marks 10 years of being a lesbian, lists her achievements in past decade
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Continuation of Pamela's post on Facebook. Photo: Pamela Adie
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