Chimamanda Adichie: Why can’t he just be like everyone else?
février 2014 | Divers | Littérature / édition | Nigeria
Source : The Scoop


I will call him Sochukwuma. A thin, smiling boy who liked to play with us girls at the university primary school in Nsukka. We were young. We knew he was different, we said, ‘he’s not like the other boys.’ But his was a benign and unquestioned difference; it was simply what it was. We did not have a name for him. We did not know the word ‘gay.’ He was Sochukwuma and he was friendly and he played oga so well that his side always won (…)

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Published by The Scoop, February 18th, 2014.
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