Nigerian lesbian activist, Amara and wife ‘tie the knot’ using tattoos

Nigerian lesbian activist, Amara and wife ‘tie the knot’ using tattoos

Controversial Nigerian lesbian and LGBTQ activist, Amara and her partner, Olayinka, have tied the knot using tattoos.

This was made known by the Youtuber, in a post she shared on Instagram, where she wrote that since gay marriage is not allowed in the country, they decided to get a tattoo of each other’s names on their ring fingers as a sign of commitment.

Sharing photos of them together, Amara wrote:

“onye nkem.
the country said I can’t sign my yes on paper
so I tattooed it on my skin.
#commanbeatme”

See her post below:

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In other news, Amara recently accused Christians of shaming her because of her sexuality.

The digital creator shared screenshots of comments left on her YouTube channel by the supposed Christians who she described as demons.

According to her, Christians go out of their way to pray for her and most times shame her like she’s a sin. Emphasizing that she’s not a sin, the lesbian urged the ‘custodian of morals’ to live and let her live.

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