Feminism makes many men feel so vulnerable - Singer Simi says

Feminism makes many men feel so vulnerable - Singer Simi says

- Talented Nigerian singer, Simi, has taken to social media to speak on feminism

- According to the Joromi crooner, feminism makes many men feel vulnerable

- Simi also said that if men support feminism, it would actually make life better for everyone

The world if fast changing and many things that used to seem alien or unacceptable in the past are finally gaining grounds. One of such things is equality for women.

Women used to be regarded as second class citizens in most parts of the world, but time and enlightenment have changed things and they are now able to take positions of power and do things that they were not previously allowed to.

Many women and men have come together to further the cause of equality among both genders and they are referred to as feminists.

However, in the African society, feminism is a thing that is slightly frowned upon or allows men keep their guard up.

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It is no news that in the African society, the men are regarded as supreme while the women are relegated to the background. The advent of feminism seems to leave a bitter taste in the mouths of some men and they sometimes express that they are not comfortable with it.

Nigerian singer, Simi, recently took to social media via her Twitter page to speak on feminism and how it rubs off on men.

According to the Joromi crooner, Feminism makes many men feel vulnerable because the same society that makes them feel superior is starting to want better for women.

Simi tweeted further that life would actually be easier for everyone if men also support feminism.

She wrote: “Feminism makes many men feel so vulnerable, because you find that society that gave you your "superiority card" is starting to know (and want) better for women - and you donno w*tf to do. Lol

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Gag is, if you support us, life is better for everyone. Don't be afraid.”

See her tweet below:


Just recently, Legit.ng reported that Nigerian singer, Adekunle Gold, took to social media to charge parents to raise their kids properly because saying 'boys will be boys' is a lazy parenting strategy.

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