- Nigerian movie star, Mofe Duncan, recently shared his thoughts about feminism with Legit.ng
- The actor said that biologically, females are higher species than men and he went ahead to give examples to back his claim
- Duncan said that he would love to be an advocate for women’s rights, more recognition in the workplace and more
Popular Nigerian actor, Mofe Duncan, had earlier revealed on social media that he is a feminist and he spoke more about his stance with Legit.ng’s Abisola Alawode.
During the interview, the movie star said that being a feminist does not mean being a womaniser. He continued by saying that it meant embodying women and agreeing with them to be leaders and more.
The 37-year-old revealed that he had five sisters and many cousins which naturally made him care for women, respect them and be sensitive to their issues. He added that he believes women are marginalised.
The film star said he would like for his first two kids to be girls because he had seen the importance of women being squad leaders.
Speaking further during the interview, Mofe Duncan said that even biologically, the female is the higher specie than the male. He said that they carry the kids and that he does not think any man can go through the pain of childbirth. He also said that women mature faster than men and that in the animal kingdom, it is the female who hunts.
Not stopping there, Duncan said that he thinks he would be an advocate for women’s rights, more women recognition in the workplace, women having more say, etc. He, however, admitted that some women had issues, just like men.
See the full interview below:
In other news, Legit.ng reported that Nigerian singer, Samklef, took to his social media page to share his view on feminism.
According to the music star, feminism cannot work in Nigeria. Explaining further, he said that many of these social media feminists go abroad and come back to ‘confuse good women’.
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