Every Nigerian man knows feminists are bad vibes and should be avoided at all costs, but some feminists manage to gain their approval. Would you like to know how to feminist in a way that appeals to Nigerian men? Let @ulxma teach you:
Half of the world’s problems are a result of the very existence of feminism and the people who practice it.
Just in case you don’t know, sexism is prejudice or discrimination based on a person’s gender. A common example is an idea that women are inferior to men and so should only do certain things like cooking, taking care of the family, etc. While many may not agree with this, there are sexist ideas they […]
Feminism is a diverse movement that aims to liberate women and other oppressed groups. Each feminist’s path is different from the next. In this article, I asked eight Nigerian women why they became feminists, and here’s what they had to say: Kay, 26 I was a feminist even before I knew what the word meant. […]
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 list of some of the things Nigerians have normalized that actually qualify as toxic masculinity.
A good number of the most common Nigerian stereotypes about women are simply misogynistic opinions that hold no water and need to be addressed.
Maybe we need to find a way for feminists and all the angry people to sit down and talk.
You won’t believe what many people have to say.
Fathers and their favourite girls!
Women, not Yam Pounders.
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