Women are hardly ever wrong, but let’s talk about the few times they might have been. And the reasons why that happened.
When it comes to spending money as a woman, you’re either the gym babe who never uses her gym membership or the enjoyment minister going bankrupt from pasta. Catch your sub here.
Hear Me Out: The concept of telling women what to do with their lives and bodies stems from the infantilization of women. Women are often viewed as people who should be handheld and guided and not as people capable of making choices about their lives by themselves.
The fact that men think these completely normal things women do are weird speaks more about men than women 👀
Pick the artists and songs you like and we’ll tell you how straight you are.
Fela might’ve started a movement with Afrobeat, but let’s not forget women like the Lijadu Sisters and Salawa Abeni who kicked ass back in the day. It’s officially Women’s History Month and we have no choice but to stan these iconic queens. Who did we miss?
Tell us the women you like and we’ll guess your Zodiac sign.
We asked 10 Nigerian women aged 20-54 what makes them feel sexy. Here’s what they said:
In case you missed them the first time around, here are ten of the most-read “What She Said”stories in 2021. Which one is your favourite?
You probably think we can’t guess what your taste in women is like, but we can. Come and see for yourself:
If you are a woman reading this, here’s a sign that you need to be kinder to yourself. Stop allowing these 7 things keep you in shame.
You don’t have to break your piggybank to smell nice. Here are 8 women’s perfumes under 20k that will have you smelling expensive on a budget.
“I was still barely dressed and on the bed when the first gynaecologist started to teach the second gynaecologist. I was obviously very uncomfortable with what was going on, but he still continued”.
Evil Nigerian women are like little devils, roaming around, looking for whom to devour. Thanks to Momsy’s prayers, you have managed not to fall into the grasp of evil Nigerian women. If you have, my condolences to you. May affliction not rise a second time. If it had already risen a second time, you need […]
People are always asking what can actually fit into women’s mini bags. Since you wanted to know so bad, here are six things that can fit in those mini bags. 1) Patience All the patience a Nigerian woman has can fit into one of those tiny bags. The bags get smaller if the women are […]
How we start our day usually has a paramount effect on how the rest of our day goes. When you love a woman or want to move to a woman you like, it is important you send her beautiful messages to put her in the right mood. Here’s a list of helpful ways on how […]
The story of the 10 Plagues of Egypt you read in the Bible was scary but it didn’t tell of all the plagues. There was one more it failed to mention. No, it’s not COVID-19. It’s women coming to your house and stealing your clothes. The reason why your money is running out is because […]
A lot of people want big breasts until they realize it comes with its own set of challenges. Here’s eight things women with big breasts hate hearing: 1. Slut shaming. Whenever women with big breasts wear clothes that show cleavage, everybody becomes a morality police. It’s tiring. 2. “Your husband will enjoy o” Women’s bodies […]
This article shares stories of women who have experienced both sides of love and relationships and have chosen what makes them feel the happiest . These women share their stories of leaving heterosexual relationships to date women. Here are their stories: Mimi I always dated and was sexually active with both men and women at […]
The subject of this week’s What She Said is a 50-year-old woman who dated her ex-husband for 12 years and was married to him for 14 years. She talks about leaving him after years of being manipulated, the joy that comes from being a single woman again and life as a divorced Christian woman.
The culture of invalidating women and shutting down their experiences because people are uncomfortable with the conversation needs to die. The idea of tagging women-centred conversations as an agenda is a shallow and unfair attempt at creating a distraction. To counter this, we have compiled a list of things Nigerian women do not need a […]
This week’s What She Said is a 35-year-old Igbo woman. She talks about compartmentalising herself so people would treat her humanely as a traditionalist, and things she does to combat the stigma attached to traditional worshippers.
The HER newsletter is a weekly Zikoko newsletter that comes out every Saturday by 2 p.m. Since we just got to 2k subscribers, we decided to explain the six types of HER Newsletter readers. 1) The early bird They read at exactly 2 p.m. every Saturday. They have no time to waste. The only thing […]
Here's a rabbit hole of stories to lose yourself in: