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In the hierarchy of achievements, the Nigerian society deems important for women relationships that mature into marriage reign supreme. And in accordance women have to pass certain ridiculous relationship tests to improve the quality of their “wife materialness“. 1. The food tests: This test always comes in the form of “How many pieces of meat […]
“Classy” and “trashy” have suddenly become defined by gender. Here are 7 times when this paradigm shift happens. 1. Shot shooting. It’s gentlemanly when a man shoots his shot but if a woman does it then she is desperate. 2. Body count. A man’s body count could be as long as his account number but […]
Bras are one of the most unnecessary things on earth. They dig into your skin, leave marks on your shoulder, and are just downright uncomfortable especially if you have bigger breasts. Now, because we all hate bras, here are some alternatives. 1) Nylon We are all about recycling and taking better care of the environment, […]
A list of all of the things Nigerian women in public spaces have to normalize just to stay safe. Spoiler alert: Most of them are things men don’t have to worry about. 1. Hiding sanitary products in their sleeves, pockets or bags when going to the bathroom in public places. Why? Because there is still […]
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Especially number 2.
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The subject of this week’s What She Said is in her mid-thirties. She shares with us her struggle with fertility and pregnancies, her IVF journey, miscarriages, and living with her happy family of three. Read her story here:
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