Have you ever been in the middle of a discussion and the person you were discussing with suddenly started chastising your tone and saying things like "calm down" or "there are better ways to say this"?
Men love to pretend that they don’t have any privileges and would rather chew nails than admit that patriarchy exists and by extension, they (men) enjoy many privileges that women don’t.
Feminism has gained more popularity this past decade and feminists like me have had this question thrown at us one too many times: Why do you call yourself a feminist and not a humanist?
Today, I was scrolling past my twitter timeline when I came across the unfortunate but unsurprising news that a Nigerian man had murdered his wife.
“I hope every little girl watching tonight sees that this is a country of possibilities” - Kamala Harris On the 7th of November 2020, history was made when Kamala Devi Harris became the first...
According to the good guy, he is different, and should be appreciated for not being a bigot. He believes in gender equality even though his contribution to the fight for equality begins with “we need to protect our women" and ends with “we need to do better". However, like most men, the good guy is still misogynistic and just as harmful.
Women are usually held up to a higher standard when they hold leadership positions. Their actions could make or break the entry of other women into that same position and that, in itself, is inequality. - Olanrewaju Ajeigbe
Sara Menker is an Ethiopian businesswoman. She is the founder and CEO of Gro Intelligence, a software company that is focused on the global food and agriculture markets.
At 37, after 2 children, Mariam Adedoyin-Olowe decided to get her first degree. Today, she is a PhD holder and a Lecturer in Data Analytics And Research Methods & Project Management.