Hangout with YEMMYnisting on YouTube

My YouTube channel ‘YEMMYnisting’ is a space for me to open up and share significant parts of my life with my online viewers, comment on general issues and share my opinion on happenings in the society.

My tagline is ‘Proudly Feminist, Proudly Bisexual and Proudly Atheist’. I make videos along these lines.

My videos touch a lot on sexuality and diversity. I belong to the “queer” group and identify as a bisexual. I am from an ultra-homophobic environment, so I use my videos to create awareness on sexual orientation and also break the deafening silence on so called “taboo” subjects.

I recently self-published an advocacy book titled ‘Freedom To Love For ALL: Homosexuality Is Not Un-African‘. It is available in paperback and kindle editions on Amazon, I hope you will check it out and order your copy.Snapshot_20130302_4

YEMMYnisting is also a place I talk about religion and my lack of belief in God(s); I am an atheist from one of the most religious countries on planet earth, Nigeria.

Also, ‘Hangout with YEMMYnisting’ is a weekly session where interested fans can tune in to my Google hangout and together we discuss the topic of the week.  One great advantage of subscribing to my channel is that you get to hangout with me as I do my Dancexercise, yeah it is fun.

Tune in to enjoy my Channel, your constructive comments and suggestions are welcomed. And if there are issues you’d like me to speak on or a song you’d like me to dance to in my dancexercise videos, please feel free to let me know. I appreciate diverse views but I have zero tolerance for hate comments. Hate speech will get you banned.

I am inviting you to subscribe to my YouTube channel. I look forward to having a beautiful if sometimes bumpy ride with you. Let’s go on logical ride to fun destinations. Come along! Thanks.

Comments

  1. Meggamat says

    @Yemisi Ilesanmi- When you use transition effects between the different segments of your videos, it means that both segments are briefly talking at once. This makes it difficult to hear what is being said. If you tried running the camera for a moment after you finished speaking in a segment, then the transition effects would not do this. Otherwise, great videos. I don’t always agree with everything, but the world would be dull if everyone always agreed.

  2. Yemisi Ilesanmi says

    @Meggamat- Thanks for your input. I noticed that too, especially in my earlier videos. Yeah, transition effects could cause the overlap and also bad editing could cause it too. This happens when one try to cut parts of a video to make it shorter, which if badly done, could lead to a brief overlap between the segments. The overlap /bad editing happened a lot in my earlier videos but subsequent ones have been improved upon. I’m still improving. Thanks again for the feedback.

    And yeah, it would be a dull world if we all agreed on everything. As long as we agreed that every human being deserves fundamental human rights, we are good. :)

  3. Meggamat says

    @Yemisi Ilesanmi- Absolutely! The inalienability of rights is what should form the basis of morality and ethics.

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