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Why Are African Women Blame For Every Wrong? by JOSH54: 8:44am On Feb 13, 2022
In African things are taken likely without considering the feelings of people involved in any situation especially when it circle around the female folk.
I have realized that women are being blame for many many things that do go wrong mistakenly or naturally without considering their feelings and society has done little or nothing about it.
when a woman loses her husband to death and get married after 3 years, people will talk and conclude saying either she killed her husband in order to get marry to her new lover while if its the husband that loses his wife and get married within a year, people will applaud him for getting a new wife.
If a husband catches his wife with another man, she is likely to be sent away to her parent's house while if the woman catches her husband cheating with another woman and she complains, she will be told to exercise patience because its men culture and if she can't endure, she can leave to her father's house.
If a woman succeed in life very well, people will talk saying that she bribed he


r way with her body to get promoted or to maintain the position while no body will say nothing when men succeed.
Why is it a taboo for women to succeed, to remarry or even complain when she is pain?
Re: Why Are African Women Blame For Every Wrong? by Flexherbal(m): 9:01am On Feb 13, 2022
Because it’s Africa. And it’s pathetic!

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