Gender-Based Violence. We have created a hopeless situation by mistreating people majorly according to their sex/ gender, socially, emotionally, physically, and psychologically. The 2016 Uganda Demographic and Health Survey revealed that up to 22% of women aged 15 to 49 in the country had experienced some form of sexual violence. The report also revealed that … Continue reading Day 9 of The Afrobloggers #Winterabc2021 Gender-Based Violence. How We Can Stop It.
Day 6 here and I about the body-shaming character of our society. She was a young, small, beautiful girl. Very happy in her petit form. Everyone called her a model. She flaunted and celebrated life in her slimness. To the nursery school, she went, fat people were bullied. All sorts of names were thrown at … Continue reading Day Six of The Afrobloggers #Winterabc2021. Body-Shaming & Stereotyping
internet image They have always advised that it is more better we keep our intimate relationships away from the public (These days, social media) because truth be told, not everyone is going to be happy about you too together and in the event that it hits some snags, there are some that are going to … Continue reading Personal Relationships & The Public
This is the women's month and Women's Day is just around the corner so I found it wise to send them this love letter... and to the men too. This is all about us...and it children. A woman loved a man. She loved him hard and he played the part. Her dreams were coming true. … Continue reading Don’t Make Her A Single Mother
Social media is a game changer. It came and conquered all already existing forms of communication and more and their boundaries and now here we’re, transiting fluidly through the one global village it created. Globalization. Such sites include; Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Tiktok, Snapchat, LinkedIn etc. From building brands and bringing markets and goods … Continue reading Winter Blogging Challenge. Winter ABC 2020. #6; 4 Things I’ve Learnt From Social Media.