I sometimes question myself about the psychology behind people defending harmful cultures and traditions. Is it that they are not educated? Is it that they can't see the havoc in these practices? Is this thing too difficult to change or people are just adamant about changing it?.
In a society like Nigeria where different activism and advocacy for gender equality has been ongoing, having the first female Student Union Government in Kogi State University is an amazing feat and achievement towards the Sustainable Development Goal 5.
My eyes brightened from the rear window of the moving car as my gaze consumed the beautiful boulevards. The trees and beautiful flowers that were formally in landscape came to full display. I squeezed my cheek and could feel me. I put my index finger under my arm and tickled it.
With the advent of the social media where all we see is perfect celebrity body type, (which most times are all lies and editing works) many people tends to put pressure on themselves in a bid to have that 'banging' body, and often gets depressed if things doesn't work out for them as planned.
Over the years, gender equality has become of great concern as there is an urgent need for the inclusion of women and girls at the helm of affairs to achieve a sustainable world.