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Your penis means nothing to me – Nigerian lesbian Pamela Adie blasts men

Your penis means nothing to me, I was once married - Nigerian lesbian Pamela Adie

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A Nigerian lesbian, Awhobiwom Pamela Adie, has taken a swipe at men who slide into her dm professing love to her. The Cross River state-born lesbian and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender, LGBT activist, issued out a warning to those randy men who send her private messages of their penis. Nigerian lesbian Pamela Adie.

According to her, she was once married and that the ship of marriage has sailed. She says all their joystick means nothing to her.

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Nigerian lesbian Pamela Adie

Nigerian lesbian Pamela AdieHere’s what Adie wrote:

“To all the men in my inbox, or those intending to come to my inbox, listen up: I won’t accept your friend request unless I’ve met you in person…and I think you’re intelligent. I will never date you no matter how much you say you love me. Use your marriage promises to entice other women. Have you forgotten I was once married? That ship has sailed. Your joystick means nothing to me. Stop sending me your nasty pictures.

Most of you are married. You look so happy on your profile pictures with your families. Go focus on your wives. I am not interested in any of you, nor the idea of you, and I will never be. Thank you. Thank you so much.

Peeez Out!”

Nigerian lesbian Pamela AdieRecall that recently, Adie, who is set to wed her partner soon, revealed she has since stepped into her truth as she has decided to stop living in denial.

Nigerian lesbian Pamela AdieShe said she shocked her family and friends after she declared that she’s a lesbian,

Here’s what she penned as caption to a throw back picture she shared:

“This was taken 9 years ago while on vacation in Vancouver, Canada. I was “dating” this very nice guy who loved me and wanted a future with me. He talked about kids, life with me, the car he would buy for me, how we’d travel the world, and live happily ever after.

“Funny thing is, I never disrupted his dream. I was trying so hard to buy into his narrative of how good we were together and I wanted to see his dream of us together as a happy family but I just couldn’t. See full post HERE.

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