FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION: A Stand against It. Over the years, the African woman had suffered from this growing trend. With civilization and new trends, women are still buttered and left to wallow in pains and penury. Is there a way out? Look at what African Ruby Rising and Splash FM has said and would be doing about it. Female Genital Mutilation is defined by procedures which involve partial or total removal of the external female…"FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION: A Stand against It"
Nigeria Decorates First Female Navy General Captain Jamila Malafa of the Nigerian Navy is being celebrated in Nigeria for becoming the first woman from the country’s north to rise to the rank of a Commodore. The post of a Commodore is equivalent to that of a Brigadier General in the army. A Commodore is a commissioned naval officer who ranks above a captain and below a rear admiral; the lowest grade of admiral. The 55-year-old…"Nigeria Decorates First Female Navy General"
How do you steal a husband? Well, lace your lips with honey, dress to tease, sprawl on a warm bed, call out his name in ecstasy and voila! he is yours. The art of husband poaching is going mainstream and stories of aggrieved wives are quite commonplace in our tabloids mainstream radio shows. For a country that is deeply steeped in its patriarchal roots, reverse gender roles seem contradictory. I grew up with the clear…"When Single Women are loved and pampered by married Men"
There is a general notion about relationships that when a lady asks her boyfriend if her relationship with him will result in marriage, then she’s been too forward or desperate. I was having a conversation on this subject a week ago with a friend and then I asked him what his thought or reaction will be if his girlfriend ask him of his plans for marriage. He felt uncomfortable and with a deep sigh, he…"Why it is not wrong to ask your boyfriend if your relationship will lead to marriage."
FIRST CAMPUS FEMALE GENDER WRITING COMPETITION Africanrubiz is a woman empowerment organization whose vision is to raise the status of the African woman by empowering her through orientation and direct enlighten, using the internet as a platform. In pursuant of this goal, Africanrubiz is rewarding female writers for participating in her vision of empowering the African woman through her FIRST CAMPUS FEMALE GENDER WRITING COMPETITION. Participants send in entries of their written articles weekly. Articles are checked…"First Campus Female Gender Writing Award 2016"
The society doesn’t help matters with their castigations “When are you getting married?” “Shey you don’t know you are getting old?” “Your friend Amaka just got married” this has given the single lady sleepless nights. >>Read full article here"Read inspiring story of “the plight of the unmarried lady”"
Being independent is more challenging than the freedom it affords. Having all the time with no one to account for can be a great challenge. A caged or overprotected lady from home at the first taste of absolute independence in a University Campus will most likely become “overexposed” in school leading to a plunge into various vices, dictated by the whims and caprices of the new environment. Lack of proper exposure from home however, can…"3 important things you were not told as a lady before getting into the university."
M.Scott Peck a psychiatrist in one of his favorite’s quotes said “Until you value yourself, you won’t value your time; you will not do anything with it.” How true is this statement? There are a thousand and one reasons why ladies prefer to be seen and not heard. One of those reasons is a result of inferiority complex or what can be regarded as low self-esteem. To understand the concept of self-esteem is to have a…"what every lady must know about low self-esteem"
Kids can have weird wishes and dreams but so are grown ups too, right? In fact all the great innovators in human history seemed to have unrealistic aspiration(s) at some point. Names like Albert Einsten, Galileo Galilee, Charles Darwin and others had the same problem until they proved people wrong. Even then, the sizes and shapes of our dreams vary greatly in which case, let me pose this, what did you want to be when…"No Kidding, This Girl is going to Mars!"
Kenyan women on Monday demonstrated against increasing violence against girls and women, as the country begins to confront an attack in downtown Nairobi where a woman wearing a miniskirt was stripped naked. Some 1,000 women in miniskirts, tights, and trousers danced, sang, and chanted “my dress my choice” and “shame, shame” in solidarity with the victim, who is now being celebrated as the “woman in red.” They marched to the bus terminal where the assault took place about two weeks…"Angry Kenyan women protest against assault"