Domestic violence has been trending a while in Nigeria, with recent reports of it plaguing the homes of some of the notable Nigerian celebrities. So, it is not surprising that a lot of the celebrities are commenting on the issue. Actor, Yul Edochie gave echoed his thoughts on this subject, where he used his parents… Continue reading Women Have A Big Role To Play In Domestic Violence – Yul Edochie
I AM A WOMAN!!! So what? I get into an argument with a man, he slaps me, I feel the pain, yet they tell me I provoked him. I should have been quiet, I should have been patient. I should apologise to him. I get into an argument with a man, I slap him, they… Continue reading I AM A WOMAN!!! – Anonymous
After Lanre Gentry was released from Kirikiri Prison, for beating up his wife, Mercy Aigbe, he has said that the government should focus on more important issues in Nigerian rather than involving themselves in Domestic Violence. He said he had something to tell the world about his prison life and how it happened and we… Continue reading Government Shouldn’t Get Involved In Domestic Violence But Should Concentrate On Prison Reforms – Mr Gentry
So, when actress Empress Njamah was asked to talk about domestic violence she said; “A man hits a woman, it’s called domestic violence; a woman hits a man, what is that called?” Don't we all know what it's called? Our Aunty Empress said it is called Mental Violence because, some women are headstrong and they… Continue reading Women Should Help Men Control Their Anger – Empress Njamah
So, a lady wrote this on social media; “Social studies teachers should stop teaching our kids that fathers are head of the home! I didn't send my daughters to school for a teacher who is still stuck in stone age to teach them to accept patriarchy as a norm!” Trust our people, they came out… Continue reading Topics on Gender Inequality Should Be Introduced In Nigerian Schools…
“I stayed because of my children” - One of the many lies women in abusive relationship tell themselves. NO!!! You stayed because you were selfish, because if you think of your children you will take them away from a toxic environment. You should Leave because of your children. Do you know the psychological effect it… Continue reading “I stayed because of my children”
This is just so heartbreaking. To think that this has been the tradition, girls going to school in fear. What kind of society do we live in, where girls can be molested and violated in broad day light and people stand there watching and recording. Girls, scared to go to school as they might get… Continue reading Mass Rape: Four Students Arrested For Assaulting Lagos Schoolgirls In Broad Daylight
I am not understanding this “pepper dem” concept. Abeg, who are you peppering? Why do our people have that oppressive mentality; the need to look down on others to make ourselves feel better. To need to show that, I better pass you. Why do you want to be successful so that you can “pepper dem”?… Continue reading Why do we need to Pepper dem?
Today I saw a video of a woman who caught her husband with his side chick getting intimate in their car. The enraged woman jumped on the car bonnet and held on to the wipers. The husband drove off but not before the woman jumped and landed on the car bonnet. The husband kept… Continue reading Is getting married or marriage an achievement?
Grief is brutally painful… The process of grieving and mourning is difficult for everyone, add being a Nigerian to this process, and you are in for one hell of tough ride. You see, I’ve seen the way our people expect you to grief and it sucks. Our usual clichés: ‘’It is well’’ (whatever that means)… Continue reading My experience with Grief as a Nigerian