How do we start this? Let’s start with a random day: you’re in a car or a bus, on your way home from work. It’s late. You’re eager to get home, eat and unwind in front of your favourite Nollywood web series. It’s dark. The street lamps are dead (typical). You see the flashlights before […]
For this week’s What She Said, I had initially spoken to women who are survivors of SARS and police brutality, because that’s an important story. But when I had the opportunity to interview the subject of this story, I asked myself one question: if police officers and SARS oppress Nigerian citizens especially the young people […]
The subject of this week’s Sex Life is a 28-year-old heterosexual man who has had an active sex life. These days though,he’s tired of having sex with his girlfriend of six years and although he has several theories, he isn’t sure why.
The subject of this week’s What She Said is a 26-year-old Somalian woman living in the US. After she was almost married off to a 30-year-old man when she was 17, she realised she couldn’t continue to live with her family and began planning her escape.
The subject of this week’s Sex Life is a lesbian in her early 20s who, after many trysts with boys, discovered her sexuality when she got to university. . After one traumatic sexual experience though, she’s now terrified of sleeping with women.
The subject of this week’s Sex Life is a 39-year-old heterosexual woman who has only ever enjoyed sex with older men. Since she got married 10 years ago, she’s only enjoyed sex with her sugar daddies.
The 29-year-old bisexual woman in this story talks about her decision to come out to her very religious parents, why she actually came out to them and the aftermath of coming out.
The problem, I eventually realised was that the minute we both wanted more from each other, we never communicated.
The subject of today’s Sex Life is a 34-year-old heterosexual woman who has a really rough sexual journey. Now, after years of trying to find herself, she talks about why she’s finally chosen to become celibate.
The subject of this week’s What She Said is a 32-year-old Nigerian woman who grew up resenting her mother for marrying and divorcing three times. Now that she’s older, a feminist and has been divorced once, she says she understands.
A 31-year-old woman who has only ever had sex with her husband talks about not being interested in sex and never enjoying sex with her husband, especially after giving birth
This week’s What She Said features a woman who is married but currently moonlights as a sugar mummy.
For this week’s What She Said, Margaret*, a 24-year-old woman talks about being dark-skinned girl and how colourism has affected her professionally and in her relationships.
The subject of this week’s Sex Life is a 48 year old woman who has been married for 24 years. She talks about how she and her husband keep their sex life exciting.
The woman in today’s WHAT SHE SAID, there’s nothing worse that being single and fat in your 30s. She talks about how the problem of finding clothes her size made her start making clothes for plus-sized women and why she’s currently doing everything she can to lose weight. Tell me a bit about yourself. I’m […]
The subject of this week’s Sex Life is a 39-year-old heterosexual woman who just went through a divorce and recently discovered that she’s perimenopausal.
We wanted to hear first hand experiences, so we asked 5 widows about life after their husband’s deaths, here’s what they told us.
Impostor syndrome is that thing where we doubt our accomplishments and skills, and have the persistent fear of being exposed as a “fraud” or a “scam”.
These might seem like basic statements, but they are not. If your girlfriend says any of these, you need to search yourself and find out what you’ve done.
Can we just agree now to respect ourselves and stop saying these things to Nigerian women?
The subject of this week’s Sex Life is a 30-year-old bisexual woman who didn’t start having sex until her late 20s. She talks about getting pregnant after her first sexual experience and how being a single mother has impacted her sex life.
Nigerians in open relationships may not be the most conventional or popular couples to exist, but they do exist and their experiences vary.
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