Sexuality Shouldn’t Have Any Label

Labels are used to separate and arrange things, so as not to cause confusion. Labels serve as a means of differentiation.

Labels are good for things that are non-living, but when it comes to people, labels aren’t really the way to go.

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Labels, like I said, create separation which creates discrimination, labels force people to choose a side, and in most cases it chooses the sides for them even when they are not ready.

Human beings are constantly evolving and sexuality is a fluid concept, giving it a tag might in some cases be limiting.

Ps. Sexuality is more than sexual orientations, it’s a broad concept and shouldn’t be caged.

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Banji Coker is a Nigerian poet, writer and spoken word artist. He is the author of two poetry compilations, Just seventeen and October feelings.

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