Candid portraits explore the lives of LGBTQ African migrants

I closed my eyes as the traditional priestess poured a basin of mysterious oils over me. Stinging my body from head to toe, she repeated the motion several times to wash the "gay devil" out of me. I was 18 and spending Christmas in Nigeria, where homosexuality is illegal, as it is in more than 30 African countries. Gay and Nigerian, this was my third exorcism in just a few days' time. But returning to the United States, my struggles continued. As a gay African immigrant, I existed in a strange middle ...
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Added October 10, 2019
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