Many feminists became one because they do not want to be their mothers - Nigerian lady

Many feminists became one because they do not want to be their mothers - Nigerian lady

A Nigerian writer has left people thinking deeply about the issue of feminism in Africa and the effects patriarchy has had on the relationship between mothers and their daughters.

According to the lady identified as Ijeoma Awuaku Umebinyuo, a lot of feminists are part of the movement because they do not want to end up like their mothers. However, most of these feminists often forget the fight mothers put up, which led to the movement.

The writer went on to emphasize the need for people who are feminists or want to become feminist, to study their cultural background so as to be educated and well-informed about the women who fought against patriarchy.

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See her post below:

Many feminists became feminists because they do not want to be their mothers- writer Ijeoma Umebinyuo says

Ijeoma spoke about the strained relationship between mothers and daughters
Source: Twitter

In the series of tweets, she spoke about men who caged their wives but allowed their children to grow up as feminists. According to her, this is one of the reasons many women who did not experience freedom, pour out their frustration on their daughters.

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Read post below:

Many feminists became feminists because they do not want to be their mothers- writer Ijeoma Umebinyuo says

Screenshot of her tweets below/source: @ijeomaumebinyuo
Source: Twitter

Interesting point of view!

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Meanwhile, a guy identified as Buchi Solomon took to his Instagram page to post a lengthy post which was set to prove that Jesus was indeed a feminist. According to the writer who defined feminism as a concept of gender equality, the teachings of Jesus as against the doctrines of several other disciples is very much in line with the notion of feminism.

In proving his point, Solomon touched on the popular beliefs surrounding creation as narrated in the Bible. He then went on to debunk the myths that many have held on to for a long time while linking his claims to his assertion that the Biblical 'Messiah' is a feminist.

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