Women emancipation has demanded that women be treated a certain way in a lot of things. Things that would put them on the same table as men, like; equal treatment of women in sports the same way as men teams, education equality, respect for their sexuality, workplace recognition, and salary scale equality. Something to do … Continue reading How & Why Some Men Have Feared Women Emancipation, Oh, Plus Many Women Too.
Day Three of The Afrobloggers #Winterabc2021. A Dented Dream.
Every end of a year has people setting up goals and plans for what the next year should be and once the new year pulls up, things are set in motion. that was not any different with how I looked at 202o. However, life had other things on its bucket list, the damned COVID-19. I … Continue reading Day Three of The Afrobloggers #Winterabc2021. A Dented Dream.
We Should Learn To Forgive…And Let Go.
We should learn to forgive. Forgetting may be hard but at least forgiving may be lenient thus we can try. Some people may repeatedly hurt us, do things that push against the wall or fail to change their ways for the better but we can try to forgive them. We can try to be that … Continue reading We Should Learn To Forgive…And Let Go.
‘To Send Her Transport Or Not?’. That Is The Question.
In a basic setting, prostitution is when someone offers sex for something else in return, usually money. Love & emotions are rarely involved. Some societies even call them escorts though the latter are more advanced & professional in the act. We’ve been hit recently, by a social media debate about something that has been going … Continue reading ‘To Send Her Transport Or Not?’. That Is The Question.
The Love Letter
Before the advent of over as many social media apps. Before people became mad at being left at seen & blue ticks and spending their days talking on walls and dealing with all the drama that comes with sliding into DMs, there was something called Love Letters. I know so many of the current young … Continue reading The Love Letter