16 Struggles All Nigerian Girls Face When Trying To Make Their Hair
October 29, 2015
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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 […]
Jeremiah, (30)* worked non-stop 18 hours a day for 18 months until his health forced him to take a break, but his boss had other plans. From earning dollars to living on limits, read how he navigates work and life.
If she sends “Happy birthday. Wishing you all the best” on your birthday, best believe she’s done with you.
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“We’ve tried everything from drug supplements and “womb massages” where traditional women basically pound your lower stomach like yam, all in the name of rearranging your womb.”
What does finding it hard to conceive feel like? We asked seven women.
This week’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid subject is a 53-year-old Nigerian woman. She shares how she had her “miracle” baby at 47, beating the 4% chances of conceiving and mistaking the early symptoms for menopause.
I need Nigerian women to please eat something other than pasta this year.
A little delusion never hurt anybody. Plus, it makes life a little easier to deal with.
This week’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid subject is a 31-year-old Nigerian woman who’s had almost a decade of therapy to heal from food and weight anxiety.
From crossing trousers off her clothes list, to not hugging or keeping male friends, Juliet* was ready to sacrifice anything for her relationship. But after four years with Maxwell*, she got tired of making all the sacrifices.
This week’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid subject is a 49-year-old Nigerian woman who lost a leg after an okada accident. She talks about waking up to find a stump where her leg used to be, what it’s like to lose a limb and what she thinks about how people treat amputees.
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