Last week I spoke to 7 women about their experiences with gender-based violence. Their responses ranged from experiencing GBV in mundane situations to dating violent men. This week, I decided to go a little deeper. On this week’s What She Said, I talk to a woman and her mother on how growing up with a […]
In South Africa today, a woman is murdered every three hours. The statistics in Nigeria doesn’t match these numbers but we come close. These statistics are what you get when the culture of male violence against women is allowed to hit a climax. On this week’s #WhatSheSaid I talked to 7 women about their experiences […]
There are quite a number of birth control options for women in the world today. From IUDs to the pill, to patches, in theory, there’s something for every kind of woman. This week we speak with a woman who has seen them all and tried them all and only has one thing to say, “It […]
Imagine being able to get Amala to eat 24/7.
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If you buy an egg roll in Lagos traffic you deserve whatever comes to you as a result of your recklessness.
“I know I’m a ‘strong independent woman who don’t need no man’, I just want one.”
Pepper spray is powerful enough to take down an assailant if well-targeted, but not enough to render him unconscious or worse so that you don’t end up in the middle of Ore, with a tire around your neck.
Food is more than eating.
If we still even do that.
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