Sunday, 22 July 2018

It Was Hard For My Parents To Accept I'm A Lesbian - Charly Boy's Daughter, Dewy

Dewy Oputa and his famous father, CharlyBoy

While she was speaking in an exclusive interview with PUNCH's Sunday Scoop, Dewy Oputa, Charly Boy's daughter, who shocked Nigerians earlier in the week after she publicly appeared as a lesbian, said she shared the post because she was fed up It was time to live in her truth.

On her decision to come as a lesbian, she said, "My mission to create a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer platform is to provide a safe place for young people in the African community.

"I strive to create a welcoming and welcoming community where everyone is free to express themselves and be loved for who they are, I want a place where individuals like me can create genuine friendships and thrive like no one they are born.

Dewy, based in the United States, admitted that it was not easy for her parents when she revealed their sexuality.

"I can not identify the exact age of my sexuality, but I was much younger, and when I went out to my parents' home, it took time for them to adapt, but my happiness comes first. meaning quite a lot about the negative comments generated by my article on sexuality.

"I knew that Nigerians would always have negative things to say and I was mentally prepared for that, I'm not here to influence anyone's point of view, I'm here to get attention," he said. she says.

Speaking if she fears coming to Nigeria considering that there is an anti-gay law in the country, the stylist and the property manager said, "To be honest, I have no fears. There are much more serious problems that have not yet been solved, so why should my sexual orientation affect the next man?

"Nigerians who have a problem with the LGBTQ community need to take care of their business and focus on the critical situation of life and death, love never killed the next man.

Meanwhile, Dewy's famous father, Charly Boy, came to support his daughter, after sharing a comfortable picture of herself and her lesbian partner on social networks.

While talking to a correspondent, he said that he would always support his daughter regardless of his choice of a sexual partner.

He said, "She is my daughter, why would not I support her, even if she is what she is?" My father also supported me, we can argue for moral reasons, but we all have our rights. I have fought for the gay community, so if my daughter turns out to be that way, I should walk my speech. "

Charly Boy admitted that he might not love his sexuality personally, but there was nothing he could do about it since she was an adult.

"I have girls who are married and have children, but she is the only one who has decided to be different, and as long as she finds happiness or pursues her life, I have no problem with her. Father wanted me to be a lawyer and told him I did not want to be a lawyer, I did what made me happy.

"People can talk on the basis of moral motives, but we are not able to judge, Nigeria is like that because of the evil people and we should focus on these people, not my daughter's sexuality."

Similarly, Charly Boy criticized the anti-gay law in Nigeria, which imposed a 14-year prison sentence on any convicted person.

He helps; "How many people have caught the law? Do not we have a lot of homosexuals in the Senate or government? We know all these things, they should start on their own.

"They should not be disturbed by my child who enjoys his life, I do not have problems with anyone's sexuality as long as they are good human beings, I'm not at the same level as most Nigerians ... different, "he said.

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