There’s always a better way to say all of these things without being unfeeling. In this article, we examine the mental effects of body shamingView More Mental Effects Of Body Shaming
There is a culture of silence when it comes to sexual assault in this part of the world, and the fact that assault is shrouded in so much silence limits us from fully exploring the realms of what this violation entails.View More Can one feel pleasure while being sexually assaulted?
It was Saturday May 5, 2018 and there it was on social media, a platform with 84 million Nigerians, 4.68 percent of who are Twitter users. Without a major international media interview, @OhTimehin still managed to arrest us throughout that day.View More #NoMore: Why These Sexual Assaults Must Not Be Covered Up! By Ireti Bakare-Yusuf
In Nigeria, when people hear corruption all they imagine or think of, is a minister, commissioner or head of state with pot belly and putting on native attire, going about bribing people or giving money to boys to cause problems during elections and keeping countryâ€™s money in their various banks abroad;View More The end of corruption in Nigeria starts with each individual
In one swoop, Chimamanda came down on critics through her facebook post.View More Chimamanda’s perfect response to critics – now we have even more reasons to love her
Not a week goes by in Nigeria that one isnâ€™t left dumbfounded by a trending story or two.
Ranging from the sublime to the ridiculous and the mouth â€“agape- gasping â€“for- breath, these stories disappear as quickly as they trend.View More Sexual Harrassment is endemic in Nigerian Educational Institutions â€“ Ireti Bakare-Yusuf
In most African countries, sex workers are at risk of being treated unfairly, marginalized and abused, not to mention the general risk of contracting HIV/AIDS or other sexually transmitted diseases. However, in Senegal, the government is doing all it can to protect sex workers by registering them and giving them a means of identification.View More Senegal gives sex workers identification cards in a bid to protect them
20 year old Malala Yousafzai who was shot in the head 2012 by Taliban gunmen in retaliation of her activism spoke to The Globe And MailÂ about surviving the attack, living in the United Kingdom and the role of men in her movement.ÂView More Malala Yousafzai discusses role of men in her movement
I just realized that some women actually take glory or pride in calling themselves weak and as if that alone is not enough damage, they start generalizing it and see you as a demon, if you are strongly opinionated.Â Not everyone likes to be called weak, I personally feel weakness is a matter of personal ability not a collective one.View More Women Are Not Weak by Ariyo Sharon
I think I was five when I finally understood that there were girl parts and boy parts, and they were to be kept covered, and no one was allowed to touch them. My mother had sat me down and explained it carefully. I was a precocious child, and I understood that this was important.View More 6 Months of Panic and ka sa ma dupe by Dr Ria Evbuoma
Like the rest of the world, I woke up on Tuesday 9th of January, to the media frenzy around Oprahâ€™s speech. With the cost of data in Nigeria still so â€œunfriendlyâ€, I had to make do with clips on CNN, Instagram and other social media platforms.View More Ireti Bakare-Yusuf: It Is Time For Nigerian Women to Stand up Against Sexual Predators
!!!Failure to give consent or Withdrawal of consent at ANY point should be grounds for immediate discontinuation!!!!View More Rape – “NO” Is Not Just A Word!!!