Month: November 2021

International Men’s Day 2021

International Men’s Day is observed today. It’s a day that honors men’s accomplishments while also attempting to identify methods to improve men’s mental, physical, and social well-being. Gender equality is one of the pillars of the international men’s day celebration. Gender equality, according to the United Nations, can only be accomplished if both genders work […]

Gendered Mindset On Prayer

Yoruba people have a popular saying that “adura iya lo n gba lori omo” (mothers’ prayers are valid in the lives of their children). This saying is problematic because many people do not believe that their fathers’ prayers are valid over their lives. They just have their mother’s prayers to rely on. This is applied […]

When Acts of Service Are Gendered

A post about a couple that went for an event trended on Twitter some time ago because the woman served herself but didn’t serve her husband. People said different things. Many people blamed the wife for eating without making sure her husband had food to eat. They saw her as irresponsible, uncaring and some might […]

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