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My Thought On FEMINISM by omokudu(m): 9:24am On Mar 27, 2018
when an African lady say she's a feminist, I begin to laugh. Do you know what equality entails? it means no preferential treatments, equal terms and conditions, no more 'ladies first', no more bride price, rather joint price (lol!!).
'#Feminism' to me is an excuse for being Single. How come mostly unmarried people talk about this? I think the girl child has more rights, privileges and protection than her counterpart already. What you need is a change of attitude.

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