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Davis Mac-Iyalla was born on 1974 in Nigeria.

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The son of a wealthy Nigerian Army Colonel, he came out to himself at the age of 14, but his disinterest in dating females was not made apparent to others around him until after two events: the ordination of Gene Robinson as the bishop of New Hampshire in the Episcopalian branch, and the death of his mentor, the Bishop Iyobee Ugede of Otukpo. He was, in July 2003, fired from his job as the principal of a local Anglican children’s school; after this incident, which he believed was due to his being gay, he became an activist and started work with Changing Attitude.


Davis Mac-Iyalla (born 1972 in Port Harcourt) is a Nigerian LGBT rights activist. He established the Nigerian wing of the British Changing Attitude organization, which presses for internal reform of the Anglican Communion for further inclusion of Anglican sexual minorities.