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Most Women Footballers Are Lesbians – Athlético FC d’Abidjan Midfielder, Favour Kalu


Most Women Footballers Are Lesbians – Athlético FC d’Abidjan Midfielder, Favour Kalu

Nigerian female footballer who plays for Athlético FC d’Abidjan has said that many female footballers are lesbians.

Favour Kalu, 18, Yes, while responding to a question seeking her opinion on the impression that most female footballers engage in Lesbianism, said, she agreed while given a number of reasons for her opinion.

She said, “Yes, I agree totally with that. I’m not trying to be judgemental but will say it the way it is.

The thing there is that some people are naturally spoilt in the sense that if they misbehave or do something bad they’ll either pin it on bad friends or condition.

A lot of people who are into lesbianism are always quick to blame it on the devil, bad friends, or the condition of life.

But the truth is that some things we do are the choices we’ve made already and sometimes it’s in us already but we’re just looking for something or someone to push us into it.

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And lesbianism is demonic that once you start it, you’ll never be able to come out of it. Like they say, some girls started it out of fear of getting pregnant while playing football, some started it in order to be able to take care of themselves and some are in it because they see it as fun because they prefer their fellow girls to guys.”

Kalu Recounts Her Career Challenges, Including Sexual Advancement From Coaches, Teammates

Whilst speaking about her developmental and career challenges, the Athletico d’Abidjan midfielder said, “It wasn’t easy at all and I faced a lot of challenges. It was really terrible especially in camp because most times there won’t be food to eat, water to bathe, good clothes to wear, kits to play football and all of that.

“Sometimes, guys harassed me, wanting to sleep with me before they helped me or do anything for me, but I never allowed it to happen. Most times coaches and teammates would want to take advantage of me because to them I’m too beautiful to be a footballer, but thank God for where I am today.

“Yeah, both male and female coaches back then, even till now, but I won’t call names. It wasn’t easy at all but God helped me through those times and till now He’s still helping me.”

Favour won the Bronze medal with Athletico d’Abidjan in the just concluded CAF Women’s Champions League | WAFU B Qualifiers played in Edo state, Nigeria.


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