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30 Jun
Disgraced R&B singer, R. Kelly, was sentenced to 30 years in prison yesterday for leading a decade-long effort to recruit and trap teenagers and women for sex.
3 May
The United Nations Population Funds (UNFPA) needs no introduction in Nigeria. For decades, the UNFPA has been sexualizing Nigerian girls and women.
24 Apr
I won't rest easy on this Chrisland school scandal. I haven't slept well for days. What does this portend for us as a society, parents, school owners, educators and adults
24 Mar
The gender issue came to the front burner about three weeks ago in our land, arising appropriately in the wake of International Women’s Day 2022.
10 Feb
Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA) has called on relevant government agencies to live up to expectations by protecting Nigerians from unverified sex-related products
10 Feb
St Valentine’s Day is here again. It is a season synonymous with the expression of ‘canal’ love among couples licenced to have sex after marriage.
9 Feb
Swelling mobilization by American conservatives over what is taught in schools has led several states to push for new curbs on what educators can discuss related to sexual and gender identity
28 Jan
A teacher, Rasheed Azeez, yesterday, pleaded with Grade A Customary Court in Mapo, Ibadan Oyo State, to dissolve his marriage with Nafisat for allegedly refusing to make love to him
31 Dec 2021
Allegations of a teacher trading good grades for sexual favours at a Moroccan institution have prompted calls for other victims to break their silence after a similar case caused outrage.
16 Dec 2021
The trafficking of people for sex and labour is a global issue fueled by desperation, conflict, inequality and greed.
11 Dec 2021
A group under the auspices of Baobab for Women’s Human Rights has lamented that the present economic circumstances in the country are increasing women’s and girls’
2 Dec 2021
An all-white tribunal in London has ruled that the Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office formerly known as British Department for International Development (DFID) in Nigeria

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