From domestic violence cases to trafficking, women have been society's victims for too long. Not any more, as it is time to reclaim our story. Read about the latest issues arising as we take a stand against patriachy.
Abortion is one of the more controversial issues in the world today. In Africa, it is a matter of life and death as many women do not have access to safe abortions due to restrictive abortion laws.
Gaslighting is a form of emotional abuse and torment that involves manipulation by a person to the extent that the victim questions their reality, judgement, thoughts and even memories.
Here are some sexual norms we’re challenging and “oddities” we’re encouraging this month. Orgasms should not be one sided
Human rights… but women continuously have to fight for these same “human rights”. This article explores how women continuously have to fight for freedoms that should be intrinsic.
Kuda Bank announced internship slots exclusive to women and Nigerian men had a collective meltdown on Twitter.
Women are often seen as objects of pleasure and gratification devoid of thoughts and feelings. In this context, the focus is objectification along sexual lines and not in terms of male entitlement to disparaging physical labour from women.
Patriarchy is interwoven with the very fibre of Nigerian society. The predominance of the belief that man is supreme and woman subordinate is evident so much so that it has tainted every aspect of our lives including our legislation.
Growing up as a woman in Nigeria, one can almost guarantee that your first instance of slut-shaming came from within your family
“Weight loss culture is rooted in fatphobia.” This simple statement triggered a discourse on Twitter that inspired, of course, more fatphobia.
The feminization of poverty refers to the increasing inequality in living standards between men and women due to the widening poverty gap.