Bringing up Toxic Femininity!

yes yes yes yes yes yes toxic femininity exists! Toxic femininity is a subject that has been pushed under the rug for so long . It is barely ever discussed, some are even ignorant of its existence or have merely failed to acknowledge it. Far less media or academic attention…

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How to create better men
How to make a better man

How to create better men

Men Are Scum? The phrase ‘ men are scum’ has become so popular, it is alarming . Does this mean there are no good men out there? No, absolutely not . They are tons of good men are there,why do women end up with the ‘scum’ ones? ones you may…

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Rape culture: why victims don’t speak up

This pandemic/global lock down period has been many things and one is it been a time of revolution. Beyond the increase in death rate ,a lot of things have been brought to light with enough time to tackle this cases and Rape is one of them . With everyone at…

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Why are men applauded for having basic survival skills?

Men are applauded for what?

Awwwwww! He cooks?!😍like what’s awwwww now? I have never heard anyone say “ awwwww! She can on the generator!”. Why don’t you say awwww! He can bathe himself? Just like a man should know how to shower and clean himself up and everybody sees it as normal, his possession of other survival skills should be seen as normal.

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GROWING UP NIGERIAN, A BLESSING OR A CURSE?
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GROWING UP NIGERIAN, A BLESSING OR A CURSE?

If you ask many Nigerians how they feel about being Nigerian, most don't know! It is just one heck of a roller coaster experience, quite exhilarating 😂😔. One minute you're happy, next you're sad, next you're excited, next you just want to die, next you're full of laughter, another moment…

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Firstborns carrying the weight of their parents’ expectations
First borns carry the weight of their parent;s expectations

Firstborns carrying the weight of their parents’ expectations

Firstborn struggles Being the first born in Africa is no joke at all, and I believe that's how it all over the world. It is just like as you're born you're christened (using my self as a case study) Chiamaka, mother and father of all her siblings. On this head…

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