Pride In Lagos 2022

20TH – 26TH OF JUNE 2022

Theme: Living Lives of Hope

Celebrating Queer Resilience in West Africa

  • Tuesday 21st – Thursday 23rd of June, 2022

    Panel Discussion

    Inclusive and Intersectional Feminism; What it means and Why it matters now
    Fragile; An insight into sexuality and expression in modern and contemporary art in Lagos
    Understanding Socio-political policies for effective minority representation and activism in West Africa
  • Friday, 24th of June 2022


    Photo by Alexandra Obochi

    I really didn’t know what to do with the memo I got 😩😩 this was just my last attack on it, I tried, I really tried 🤣🤣 Dragherthon maxi Challenge #dragherthon @queercitypodcast #maxichallenge

    ♬ original sound – Lilith

    Woman leader 😂🙈 #challenge #queertiktok @Queercity Nigeria #viral @yabaleftonline

    ♬ original sound – Araoluwa
  • Sunday, 26th of June, 2022

    Gaymers Lounge / Live Performances

  • Pride In Lagos Ball/Closing Party

    Graphics by Saint Doyin
    Pride In Lagos 2022

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    Lagos, Nigeria/ West Africa – Thursday, June 02, 2022 Queercity Media and Productions – The parent organization of the renowned Queercity Podcast and Pride in Lagos, West Africa’s destination pride event has announced the official lineup for our 2022 Pride in Lagos Festival, “Pride In Lagos” slated for June 20th to 26th 2022 is a Hybrid event. Pride […]

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