About Us

The Equality Hub is a non-governmental organization that was founded in 2017 by two women who have been actively volunteering and working with vulnerable and sexual minority populations. They were concerned with the discrimination and social injustices against female sexual minorities and decided to start this initiative with the aim of providing the following:

  1. A social space to convene and bond with female sexual minorities which enables conversations about issues and challenges they face, and find ways to mitigate them.
  2. The means and capacity to empower and strengthen female sexual minorities in various capacities.

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To campaign and promote activities directed at advancing the rights of female sexual minorities in Nigeria.


To build a society where female sexual minorities have equal rights and equal access to economic opportunities.


Transparent, vigilant, courageous, compassionate, accountable.

Inclusivity Statement

Female sexual minorities are at the core of our work. The Hub respects all differences and similarities between these groups and we work to emphasize the commonalities and celebrate differences.

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What We Do

Get a glimpse into some of the work we do

Community Building & Wellbeing

By convening and providing safe spaces for female sexual minorities, avail opportunities…


We secure and provide access to resources that strengthen capacity for LBQ…

Advocacy & Research

The Equality Hub (Nigeria) advocates for the rights of female sexual minorities…


Needs Assessment Workshop

On September 16, 2017, we conducted a needs assessment workshop for LBQ women in Lagos. The aim of the workshop was to gain insight into the challenges LBQ women face in Lagos, an opportunity to build community, and provide a […]

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Press Features

Pamela Adie is one of Nigeria’s leading LGBT activists and she is our Cover Star. She was formerly with All Out and is currently on the board of the Bisi Alimi Foundation. Read More

The Rustin Times

It’s considered as sensitive owing to the high wave of discrimination they face in Nigeria, amid this controversies and challenges is Pamela Adie, a courageous queer, activist for the LGBTI (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trangender and Intersexual) community tells her story Read More


Six LGBT advocates travelled to the World Economic Forum 2017 in Davos Read More

World Economic Forum

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What we’re saying on Facebook…

2 weeks ago

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Our Executive Director @bimdizzle, joined other #obamaleaders in sharing her hope for Africa.

What’s your hope for Africa? Share in the comment section!

#leadership #Africa #Hope #audacityofhope #LBQ #Women #Nigeria #Lgbt #humanrights #diversity #future #Wearetheones

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4 weeks ago

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Our Executive Director, @bimdizzle was selected by @obamafoundation to join 200 of the top emerging leaders from across the African continent who are doing the hard work of changing their communities. We couldn’t be more proud. Watch this video for highlights of the just-concluded convening in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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1 month ago

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I bet we can all relate to this experience: 👇🏿👇🏿. A MUST read! Link in her bio! 🏳️‍🌈
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Repost from @ohtimehin using @RepostRegramApp - “I slept in her bed once. Or rather, she invited me to sleep in her bed once, and I spent enough of the night so alive with lust — so hyper-aware of the crush of her hip against mine, her naked breast close enough to taste, the crucifix burning against my skin — that I never accepted the offer again.” I’ve just finished reading #SheCalledMeWoman, a powerful anthology of first-hand stories told by queer Nigerian women.
Among other things, it brought home to me the need for those of us who are somewhat able to absorb the costs to be more deliberate about our visibility. I’ve published an essay about the emotional trauma that caused me to dissociate from my queerness, and how I made my way back to myself.
Queer people are everywhere, including wherever you are. Get to know us. The link to the essay is temporarily in my bio 🌈💖🌈.
#lesbian #queer #queerness #life #love #Nigeria #identity #expression #lezbiyen #lez

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