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“I wish I had responded differently” Nse Ikpe-Etim speaks as her sister, Uyaiedu, and 2 other LGBTQ Nigerians share their coming out experience (video)

“I wish I had responded differently” Nse Ikpe-Etim speaks as her sister, Uyaiedu, and 2 other LGBTQ Nigerians share their coming out experience (video)

Three Nigerians, who’re a part of the LGBTQ neighborhood, have shared their Coming Out expertise and the way their family members obtained the information.


Bibi, Uyaiedu Ikpe-Etim, and Biodun featured in a documentary with the family members who they opened as much as about their sexuality.


Biodun, born male however who now identifies as a transwoman, first got here out as transgender to a good friend named Esco. She additionally appeared on the present together with her brother.


Speaking, Bidoun’s brother recalled when Biodun got here out as trans to him, saying: “I already knew that every one you wanted was love, which I gave you from again at school.



“Before you started thinking of being a trans woman, I had already been calling you ‘my daughter’. Back in school when your pronouns were still he and him, I was still calling you ‘my daughter’ and no one around us knew why I was doing that.”


Biodun’s brother added: “If being a transwoman may make her completely happy, then she ought to go forward with it.


“So, when she came out to me, I didn’t even… I felt happy for her and I’m happy because she Coming Out to me means that I’m worthy enough for her to tell me what she feels.”


Filmmaker, Uyaiedu, mentioned she got here out to her sister, actress Nse Ikpe-Etim, and he or she needs she reacted differently.



Speaking, Nse mentioned when her sister got here out to her, she was attempting to “deal with it.”


She added: “In retrospect, I want I had responded in a different way. I want I had given her a hug and mentioned nothing else.


“I guess maybe that, I wouldn’t have said the wrong things.”


As for Bibi, she mentioned her brother, who she got here out to, was very supportive and advised her that he knew all alongside.



Bibi’s brother recounted the second, saying: “I remember laughing because, for me, in my head it was like, ‘are you serious? You don’t even need to come out to me. Be with who you want to be, it’s OK, I don’t care’.”


Asked how they felt in regards to the response they acquired after they got here out, their solutions various.


Biodun mentioned of her brother’s response: “I think his response was perfect because it made me feel valid.”


But Uyaiedu mentioned Nse may have responded in a greater method.


She mentioned: “I wish that she had responded differently. I wish that even if she wasn’t sure what to do, I wish she’d asked more questions. That would have made me feel that she was interested in what I had said to her.”


Bibi mentioned she was OK with how her brother reacted “because he was very nice”.


Watch the video under.


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