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We are both sickle cell carriers, We Got married and have two children

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A couple who both are AS took a courageous and life-changing step when they decided to get married, despite the potential risks.

According to them, they had sought medical advice and were aware of the risks involved, but they chose to take the leap of faith and build a life together.

The couple has since been blessed with two healthy children who are not sickle cells.

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@pulsenigeria247 Love Don’t Care; We Are Both Sickle Cell Carriers- TheShofs Pulse Fun Facts Valentine Edition with @theshofs ❤️❤️❤️❤️ . Watch full video via link on our story. . #PulseFunFacts #pulsenigeria #ValentinesDay #HappyValsDay ♬ original sound – Pulse Nigeria

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Brazilian man arrested for murdering his 15yr old girlfriend

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A 56-year-old man named Gilson Cruz has been arrested for allegedly murdering his 15-year-old girlfriend, Maria Dos Santos, during an argument at his home on Sunday, July 14.

It was reported that Cruz fled the state of Paraiba but was tracked down and arrested 187 miles away in Caruaru, a city in the neighboring state of Pernambuco, Brazil. Authorities utilized traffic cameras to follow his vehicle’s movements.

According to Paraiba Civil Police detective Savio Siqueira, both Cruz and Maria were drinking when Cruz shot her multiple times. Siqueira stated, “He shot more than once. He made sure he actually hit her in a way that there was no way she could survive.”

Maria’s mother, Maria Lucia Dos Santos, revealed that her daughter first met Cruz two years ago when he hired her to work in his bakery. She discovered Cruz had been having an affair with Maria and had moved her into his home. The family was aware of Cruz physically abusing Maria and had previously reported it to the police, but the authorities did not have any incident reports on file.

Brazilian news outlet G1 shared an audio clip of Maria sent to her mother before her death, in which she described Cruz’s abuse, including an incident where he hit her in the face with a gun, causing her to need stitches. In the audio clip, Maria said, “He’s tried to do a lot of things to me, right? Like, he threw a gun at my face, blew my head off, then I had to go to the emergency room and get stitches, a lot of things. But I never had the courage to report him. Like, you know, the courage to hurt him and my parents, you know?”

Maria’s mother was planning to travel from her home in Sao Paulo to rescue her daughter from Cruz. She stated, “She wanted to get out. She tried. She studied at one school all day, and then went to another. And she couldn’t, because he was messing everything up. There were times when she couldn’t talk because she was afraid; I could tell she was afraid during the phone call.”

Maria’s mother also recounted Cruz’s disrespectful behavior, saying, “He didn’t respect me. He would make video calls so I could see him with her in bed, and then I would hang up. She said he was the one who forced me to see all of this. He did this to destroy us.”

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I don’t have regrets, I’m happy finding a home in my body before my baby found me

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Danny Wakefield, a trans man, has addressed the numerous questions regarding his pregnancy, sharing his journey on TikTok. 

Responding to inquiries about whether childbirth caused him gender dysphoria, Danny clarified that it did not. He emphasized that people’s misconceptions about him being a confused woman are entirely incorrect.

Danny explained: “The truth is no, not really. Some of you might be thinking that just confirms I am a woman and confused, but it’s actually quite the opposite. Once I was able to learn and internalize that gender is a construct and that our bodies don’t equal our gender identities, that having a uterus doesn’t make someone a woman, because intersex people, trans men, and non-binary people can have a uterus too.”

He continued, “Finding comfort in my own body before experiencing pregnancy and birth allowed me to find comfort through the process. And it’s discomfort that fueled my confidence as a pregnant, trans masculine, non-binary person. Between that confidence and my community, I was able to deflect the hate of others, the hate that often fuels dysphoria for me. And what this process has taught me is that it doesn’t matter how many people tell me that I’m a woman because I had a baby. My existence is proof that trans and non-binary people have babies too.”

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@dannythetransdad Gender dysphoria isnt a requirment for being trans. And loving my pregnant non binary body doesnt make me a woman. #fyp #foryou #viral #tranagender #nonbina #birthingperson #pregnancy #pregnant #pregnantbelly ♬ original sound – Dannythetransdad

Danny Wakefield also expressed his deep gratitude for his journey and the gender-affirming care he received. He shared that he has no regrets about his transition and is thankful for being able to create a nurturing space for his baby within his own body. 

“I have zero regrets about accessing the gender affirming care that I did. In fact, I’m so deeply grateful for the privilege of finding a home in my body before my baby found me,” he said.

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I Became a mom at a Young age and things got worse when my mother died when I was 14

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In a interview on the “Between Me & You” YouTube show with Leshia Danielle, Tawinika McKoy shared her harrowing experiences growing up with her stepfather and the traumatic events that led her to become a mother at a very young age.

Tawinika revealed that she was molested by her stepfather and faced worsening abuse after her mother’s death when she was 14. 

She and her siblings moved to their grandmother’s house, where they continued to face mistreatment.

Despite their attempts to speak out, no one believed Tawinika and her siblings about the cruelty they endured from their grandmother. 

Tawinika also lost her biological father, a police officer, at the age of six, compounding her early traumas.

Narrating, she said: “Many knows but many don’t, I lost my dad at age 6 and my mom you know she went to meet their father and had them and then when i was 14 she passed away and so life really got snatched from Under me and under them and we went on to live with a relative If you know you know i dont want to say it right now but we went on to live with a relative and life just wasn’t what it was supposed to be now for me it was great why because i was the first grandbaby and I had a different dad like I pretty much was spoiled but my sisters they were mistreated and so it bothered me alot because it was like I can hear my mom’s voice saying I raise you to protect them so you would i would be in my room and I’m hearing them getting beat on you know what i’m saying and it’s a conflict cuz you are not doing it to me but them you are doing it to them and as a kid it’s like what can i do to this adult and so my senior year it started to get like really bad at one point she flipped on me.

When asked if she was justified by her family relatives about their actions, she said: “Well she wouldn’t say that but yeah and also just a little background that my mom was taken from her, my mom was molested by the guy she was still married with in that house.”

At the age of 14, she stated that she knew what was going on when she went to the house after the death of her mother 

“Yes my mom told me when i was 6 that she had been touched inappropriately” she said 

When asked about how it was too much for a 6yr old girl like her to go through those stuffs, she said: “I think that was her way to just protect me at some point they got him out like they got him out of the house he left or whatever um this my mom was way ground so i was born he had left for a little bit and it was just my grandma and my auntie that wad there but he was in the house when i was a baby and tuff and thats where my mom was like i told your grandma he ain’t allowed to change your diapers she really had hate for this man like she tried to kill him a couple times as a child and as an adult, i dont know i remember riding on-the interstate in her blue camaro and she just talked to me that if anybody touched you then it went to what she experienced and with who and if something like that happened to me you know to tell her and it’s a story with that too because she didnt show up like i thought she wpuld … so all of this heaviness from what my mom doed with this person going into having to live with the same people.

When asked if she looked more of her mother or her sisters, she responded saying “Me” 

Talking about her grandma behaviour towards them and the twins, she continued: “My dad was a police officer and their dad was a drug dealer who my mom met while he was half way out of prison so she changed and it was like they already had this block between them and then here comes this side is different and it was like no really no relationship after she start having more kids I really dont know i feel like they reminded her of my mom and i feel also that this should have been your second chance like god gave you like 4girls again to get it right he gave you 4 girls of children and you still turned around and did the same foolishness and so on my senior year, one morning now the one after me she came and she was like T um ebony which is the baby twin she was about to kill him last night but she said Grandma wouldn’t go to sleep and I’m like what and at this point, i had been talking to a social worker because my grandma had jumped on me and i hadnt told anybody she scratched me up and I can show you the pictures cuz it was right before homecoming i was on the court and it was one sunday i went to church and this woman never talked to me never approached me and she called me over and she was like are you okay?? And me i was very shut off like I you know scared to tell you know what I’m saying stuff and I just broke down and she was like take my number and i took her number and we began to text and i begin to share what was going on alot of people wouldn’t believe you know you have that person where they play like they look like cosby and she is actually on board to stuffs she is working in the church she is like one of the head ushers so like you have been in this church and doing all of this and people wouldn’t believe my sisters at school when they would go and share that they are being abused they didnt listen so the same thing that was happening to my mom when she was young was the same thing that besides molestattion but people were not listening what was going on and when she called me Um she gave me the number and i began to tell her what was going on and she was like document this stuff for me and i started taking pictures when they getting beaten all ths type of stuff taking videos so you can hear things like that and so my sister came and was like hey she was going to kill him last night now taking mine they were little and they were like in the 4th and 5th grade and i called the lady and was like listen my sister said she is about to kill him and she was is she did that y’all going to be in trouble and i’m like how are we going to get in trouble and i have been telling you this stuff for months now like i have been showing and she was like well i tell you what get the camera, bring it to school and i’m coming up there came up there got my camera I guess took it to the CPS People and they pretty much held my sisters in school and me i was 18 and i literally just turned 18 what i had on is what i had i had to find somewhere to go.”

When asked about where she went to since the CPS could not help her because she was 18, she said: “I went with my godmom and she literally ahd just come into my life around the time my mom like right before my mom passed, she was actually my first boyfriend sister and she was grown, she took a like into me, she took me like it’s my mom and she was going to try fight for us too in the very beginning but off-course they didn’t work so i went with her for a little bit and my sisters they got taken into CPS they were separated at first, i’m broken like you feel like you did the right thing but you feel like you did the wrng thing you know and now we are separated i can’t put my hands on them, i can’t talk to them and for the twins they got to stay together so the twins and the ones after me is a year apart but they got separated and then it also exposed them to all type of stuffs that they weren’t exposed to so they are getting changed in this system as well to be kids that they were not before.”

When asked at what age she took them and was able to get on her feet after everything, she said: ” i was 18, it was right before I turned 19 well i might have been 19 or just turned 19 cause i think i had jean at that point I had jean when i turned 19 March and i got them I want to say July so i was 19.”

She also revealed that during this time, she was able to take her siblings in her matrimonial home and her husband too was supportive towards her making this decision.

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Stay with your Broke boyfriend because if you leave him, He can succeed later and you will regret it- Lady tells Ladies

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A Ghanaian woman has shared advice for ladies, urging them to stay with their broke boyfriends. In a video posted on TikTok, she emphasized the importance of being faithful to their partners even when they have nothing, believing that they will eventually succeed in life.

She highlighted that today’s struggles do not define tomorrow’s success, and a man’s current financial status does not determine his future potential. 

She warned that abandoning a man because he is broke today could be a significant mistake that many women would later regret.

Additionally, she encouraged women to pray for their partners, as she believes that this support can help them achieve success faster.

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@benedictaagyeiboa Just give him time and be patient .His success will be your greatest #misskarma #midwife #tiktokgh #ghanatiktok🇬🇭goviral #ghtiktokers🇬🇭❤️ #nursesoftiktokfyp #fypagee ♬ Majesty – Deeper Soaking Worship
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Many People call my husband gay because I have both Female and Male parts

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A woman named Morgan Aliyah has opened up about her life as an intersex person, being born with both male and female parts. 

In an interview with Truly, she shared her experiences and challenges, especially regarding her relationship with her husband.

Morgan explained, “I was born intersex, which means having both male and female parts. People sometimes think my husband is gay because of my intersex condition. People always make wrong assumptions about our relationship and we receive a lot of unfair opinions.”

She detailed how she met her husband: “We met on a dating app. I was at work when he reached out to me, and I was so happy on my break that I replied to his message. We met after work and talked all night long. He was very polite and a true gentleman, which attracted me to him. We met on a Monday and by Friday, we were engaged.”

Regarding social media reactions to their relationship, Morgan said, “We get a lot of love, but there are some people who don’t agree with us. But as long as we love each other, that’s all that matters.”

Morgan further explained her intersex condition: “I was born with female and male parts. I have ovaries and the necessary organs to conceive or get pregnant. It’s weird, but this is how I was born, and I have come to love it.”

She also shared her upbringing: “Growing up, my mom raised me as her son, and it was very tough because I felt forced to pretend to be something I didn’t feel. I always felt more like a woman. It wasn’t until I went to college and lived on campus that I was able to embrace my identity as Morgan Aliyah and truly grow into myself.”

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Nigerian man breaks Guinness world record for playing game without sleeping for 3days

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A 24-year-old Nigerian man named Oside Oluwole, also known as “Khoded,” has broken the Guinness World Record for continuously playing a soccer video game for three days without sleeping.

Oside surpassed the previous record of 50 hours set by Englishman David Whitefoot in 2022 by playing for 75 hours straight, with only short breaks for rest. A biochemist currently working as a car dealer, Oside undertook this challenge to raise money for a local hospital in his hometown of Ijebu Ode.

Reflecting on his achievement, Oside said: “I really enjoyed myself playing for 75 hours straight with just some hours of rest. It wasn’t an easy task, but I must say it was all fun. It was such a great moment; the event was very interesting, and I’m grateful to God that it was successful.”

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If I should date a man, he must be paying me N60M every month- Lady

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A woman recently revealed on the show “Emmial Classy,” which helps people find love, that a man must pay her N60M before she would consider dating him. 

She emphasized that she is very expensive and refuses to downgrade herself for a man without money. She explained that she left her ex-boyfriend because he was cheating on her and couldn’t afford to maintain her lifestyle.

When asked about her school fees at the University of Lagos (UNILAG), she said she pays N1.5M per year and also covers her hostel fee every month. She also mentioned that she owns a car and would never be with a man who is broke. She also stated that she got her Mercedes benz at N60M 

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God used him to make me- Wanneka Praises her Ex-husband

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Hair entrepreneur Nwanneka Nkumah, also known as Wanneka, has taken to social media to praise her ex-husband after being mocked for similarly praising her current husband.

Years ago, Wanneka asked her Instagram followers to stop inquiring about her marital status with her ex-husband, pleading for understanding as she was struggling with depression.

She shared her love for marriage and expressed regret that hers didn’t last, emphasizing that marriage does not define a woman and that she would consider remarrying.

In a recent, now-deleted post, she praised her ex-husband, calling him a good man and acknowledging that he was an instrument God used in her life.

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I’m 27 living in my Parents house, People mock me that I’m supposed to have husband and also 1 child

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A woman named Jepisms has shared her experience of being insulted for living with her parents at the age of 27.

She revealed that people have called her a “big failure” for not being married with a child and for still being a burden to her family at her age. Some have told her that a woman’s purpose is to be “sold off” to another man’s home, become a baby-making machine, and serve as a lifelong nanny.

She also mentioned that many people accuse her of not knowing what to do with her life.

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I got married at age 22 filed divorce at my husband at age 24, Now i’m 27 looking for a man to marry me- Lady cries out

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A woman shared her journey on social media, revealing that she got her first marriage certificate at the age of 22 and filed for divorce at 24.

Now 27, she is praying for a better husband and looking to settle down. She captioned her video: “I remember signing my first marriage certificate at 22 and asked for divorce at 24 and I’m currently 27, asking God for a better husband.”

In another post, she expressed her determination: “There’s no resting until we make it work! 😂🔥”

Her story sparked a lot of reactions on social media, with many women sharing their own experiences of being single at the same age and still searching for a spouse.

Reacting a user wrote: “Here I am at 27. Single, no love story just here”

Another person wrote: “i sign my at 20 asking for divorce at 35 still in d process”

Another person wrote: ” I’m scared”

Another wrote: “lol. Funny how I was also divorced at 22 and I’m also 27😄”

Another wrote: “this is my fear…”

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@mimisalmin97 There’s no resting until we make it work! 😂🔥 #ForYou #Fyp ♬ USE AND GO VIRAL – 𝙂𝙀𝙊𝙍𝙂𝙀 𝙌𝙐𝙊𝙏𝙀𝙎
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