This documentary captures the beauty and hardship of queer Nigerians
HBO's 'The Legend of the Underground' was born from the directors' frustration at how Nigeria treats its queer citizens.
Vivendii is the punk fashion collective taking Lagos' spirit global
Meet the group behind the viral label channelling Y2K internet aesthetics through the eyes of Nigeria’s youth.
Adedamola Odetara's portraits celebrate the strength of queer Lagosians
"We need to get more stories out. It is important that people see that, amidst all the chaos, queer Nigerians are still able to find ways to thrive."
Kenneth Ize finds light in the darkness for AW21
The Lagosian designer presented a solemn, yet quietly hopeful, AW21 collection of exquisitely woven tailoring.
Tems is the Lagos musician on a mission to help you find yourself
The innovative alté scene star breaks down her debut EP ‘For Broken Ears’ and everything else you should know about her music.
What it's like growing up with facial markings
Nigerian activist Adetutu OJ Alabi is celebrating her scars, one Instagram hashtag at a time.
Kemka Ajoku shoots a quieter side of Lagos
The photographer, who got his start with VSCO and Youtube tutorials, presents a new series – ‘We’re All Workers’ – about life under lockdown in Nigeria.
How Safe Hquse uplifted queer Nigerian youth
Spurred on by the #ENDSARS protests, Nigeria's LGBTQ+ community is rallying together and calling for change. Safe Hquse is the grassroots organisation that supported them in their mission.
Young Nigerians want to see these changes from the #EndSARS movement
Nearly a fortnight on from the Lekki Toll Gate massacre, Nigeria's young generations are still fighting for lasting systemic change. Here's how you can help.
How Nigeria's queer youth are fighting to #EndSARS
The country’s LGBTQ+ community has suffered systemic discrimination and violence for decades. Now, queer Nigerians are taking a public stand.
The pandemic is impacting creatives worldwide and Nigeria is no exception
As the country’s cultural landscape rapidly changes in the wake of Covid-19, its government is failing to support independent creatives.
Nigeria’s queer history told by those who lived through it
Queer Nigerians are under attack from its government, but in the shadows, their vibrant existence – once ignored by the powers that be – lives on.