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My Abortion Story – Ep.3

It’s such a complicated thing really. I sometimes imagine keeping the first child, he/she would have been also 5 years old.

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3 women on taking their husbands name

3 Women Talk on Taking their Husbands Name, Will they take it or not?

I was having a conversation with my friend on taking husbands name, and I decided to ask on my Instagram page, so here are replies from 3 ladies on taking their husband’s name after marriage. Ebukun Gbemisola Ogunyemi Not taking and not adding. I’m very sentimental about my name, and I don’t believe taking on your husband’s name is an…

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Questions From Her – A Slice of Heaven

Is something wrong with me?

Because I am the one.

The one men come to when they want a slice of heaven

When it’s time to let go of it all

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4 Women Talk About Body Insecurities And Overcoming Them

What a mess I have made with nothing but an idea that I am not enough – Chloe Frayne

Most of us have felt insecure one way or the other, I know I have. I hated my nose growing up and I was being constantly mocked for it, then as I grew older my skin became my worst nightmare. I wrote all about that HERE – My Acne Depression Story .

Being insecure is almost too common these days even though we don’t talk about it enough, the media had fueled this by always pushing what the ideal woman should look like down our throats.

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Are Feminists Fake For Not Proposing To Their Partners?

I was reading one of the most amazing Essay I’ve read that was authored by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie titled Dear Ijeawele, or a Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen suggestions. This book was a letter in response to a friend of Chimamanda who asked how to raise her daughter, Feminist.  I learned so much from this book that I will be breaking down some lessons in upcoming blog posts, today’s focus is on marriage proposals.

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Effects of lack of sanitary towels on Nigerian girls

Nigerian girls without sanitary towels

I came across a tweet on Twitter. it was centered on sanitary towels being free. The twitter user made the statement that

“Saying pads should be free because it’s not a choice to menstruate is like saying food should be free because it’s not a choice to feed”

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Society And Women’s Sexuality; How it’s seen, Effects & Reality

Women sexuality

I’ve been hoping that a day will come when we will talk about the objectification of women, women’s sexuality, how the society sees sexually active women as sluts, how women are made to shrink their sexual desires to be seen as women. We will talk about it, I will talk about it and that day is today.

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