This evening we will be talking about the importance of sisterhood in feminism, you can probably already tell from the topic. It’s the second post in the Feminist Handbook series, a collaboration with Bami of Simplybami.com.
This is officially the first post in the Feminist Handbook, a collaboration with a fellow powerful feminist and blogger, Bami.
We decided to kick off the programme by answering thirty questions on the misconceptions people have about feminism and why it is important for all of us to be feminists.
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In recent times, the police carried out a raid in Abuja, in which quite a number of women were arrested, molested and raped by the police. This led to a march on the police headquarters, protesting against gender based violence and the inhumane treatment meted out on this womenf. My guest today is Angel Nduka-Nwosu, one of the organizers of the!-->…
I sincerely believe that the worst thing next to mental illness is the stigma attached to it. It’s saddening to think that a society teeming with supposedly intelligent, educated humans still holds such backward beliefs about delicate topics like mental health.
My post today is about celebrating and appreciating those young women around us, who are doing great things, women who are shinning their light on the world, women who are breaking the glass ceiling. Initially, I wanted to do ten women but the time frame
Sex education is not a strong point for African Parents, Many of us, young adults still find it difficult to discuss relationship problems with our parents, even very serious problems, can’t be discussed with our parents.