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WATCH: Bisi Alimi educates Nigerians on how to address same-sex married couple
16 November 2016, 16:13
Lagos - Gay activist, Bisi Alimi in a recent video gives insights on how to address a married same-sex couple.
Whether to call them husband and wife or husband and husband.
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According to him, same-sex couple are either addressed as husband and husband or wife and wife.
The United Kingdom-based Nigerian gay and LGBT rights activist married his British lover, Anthony earlier this month.
Lynley Bendall and Ally Wanikau above New Zealand during their marriage ceremony as they make history celebrating the legalisation of same-sex marriage in New Zealand in the skies on a flight from Queenstown to Auckland.
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