|Birth||3 October 1991|
OluTimehin Adegbeye, born October 3, 1991 is a Nigerian writer and activist. Her work concentrates on questions of gender, sexuality, poverty and feminism. She was an editor at the Nigerian blogazine  for two years, and is still a contributor with them. Adegbeye regularly writes about politics, gender and other social issues on ThisIsAfrica. Her writing has been published in different languages, notably English, Japanese and Norwegian. She is a stringer for the Norwegian magazine Bistandsaktuelt. and has also been published by Klassekampen Her work in Norwegian has been used as background for textbooks for Norwegian junior colleges.
Adegbeye was one of the speakers at TEDLagos 2017. She has also been picked as a speaker for TEDGlobal in 2017. In 2015, OluTimehin Adegbeye participated in Chimamanda Adichie’s Farafina Trust Creative Writing Workshop in Lagos. She is also an alumna of the FEMRITE workshop in Uganda (2014) and the BRITDOC Queer Impact Producers Lab (2017).
OluTimehin Adegbeye is a prominent figure among Nigerian and African feminists of her generation. Through her website, blog, Twitter, journalism and online activism, she has gained a wide readership among feminists and activists. She is particularly known for the way she combines her experiences as a single mother in a male dominated Nigerian society with gender theory and social struggles. Adegbeye currently works as a communication officer with the human rights organisation JEI in Lagos.