Everybody wants to have detty December but does everybody have detty December money? If you are like me, here are a few alternatives to detty December you can opt for.
Money is hard to come by but easy to lose. Here are five healthy money habits women should have to keep the money coming, according to Oluwatosin, founder of Money Africa, an ed-tech platform that enhances financial literacy.
Christmas is upon us and you know how gifts make the season sweeter. Here’s a list of gifts you can buy your Nigerian babe.
Nigerian market women are a special breed. From the one that has imaginary beef with you to the one who will not allow you to price her things. Here’s a list of women you will meet in a Nigerian market.
People that use menstrual cups are in the same category as people who use Apple watches. You all act like you have the cheat codes for life, and we’d like for you to share with us.
“My heart was pounding so hard I thought I was going to die. I wanted to call my mum and tell her I loved her. I felt like my friend and his roommates were plotting against me.”
5 Nigerian Women Talk About The First Time They Smoked Weed
Women already have a list of things they spend their salary on and before you know it, salary don finish. How about we choose things to do for ourselves on payday to maximize enjoyment? Here’s a list of payday ideas for Nigerian women:
The world is still a shitty place for women, but imagine not being able to do any of these things today:
“In 2014, I wanted to explore my sexuality. I met this girl, Janet, on Badoo. She was nice. We texted for a couple of weeks before we started dating. There were no video calls then so we were always texting. In the third month of our relationship, she said she was travelling to Dubai for work and she wasn’t sure when she’d be back. She wanted to see me before she left. I told her I didn’t have money and she said she would sponsor the trip.
When next you see a Nigerian first born daughter, squeeze 5k in her hand and hug her.
Here’s a list of things that Nigerian first born daughters can relate to:
Wearing glasses to see is the ghetto. The biggest lie ever told is that wearing glasses will improve your eyesight. Here’s a list of things Nigerian women who wear glasses can relate to.
“I only use pads if I am out of tampons and in a rush. If I don’t need to be outside and there are no tampons around, I free bleed.”
5 Nigerian Women Talk About Their First Time Using Tampons
“Recently, a male colleague told a female colleague, a front-end engineer, not to switch to backend engineering because “backend engineering is hard for women.””
5 Nigerian Women In Tech Talk About Why There Are Fewer Women In Tech
The subject of today’s What She Said is a 24-year-old woman who talks about studying pharmacy to please her parents, getting withdrawn from school after failing a semester, and finally studying what she wanted.
“From age 11, my mum repeatedly put an egg into my vagina as my dad watched. According to her, if the egg entered it means I wasn’t a virgin.”
4 Nigerian Women Talk About Taking Virginity Tests
Running a business as a woman in Nigeria is no small feat. Here are some mistakes to avoid as a female entrepreneur, according to Oluremi Martins, Founder and Chief Experience Officer of Natural Girl Wigs.
Here's a rabbit hole of stories to lose yourself in: