- Nollywood actress, Etinosa, recently revealed on social media that she was not a feminist
- The movie star said that gender segregation was not necessary because everyone should be treated fairly
- The actress also said both genders holding support groups against each other was wrong
Controversial Nollywood actress, Etinosa Idemudia, recently shared her two cents on feminism and equal rights.
In a post which she shared on her Instagram story, the actress said there was a need to stop gender advocacy and adopt human advocacy instead.
The movie star stated that instead of saying people should respect men or women, it was easier to just fight for love, respect, and equal rights for all humans.
Revealing that she would never be a feminist, the actress further said people needed to stop the unconscious gender segregation and support groups against each other.
Etinosa conclusively said she is a humanist and it was enough to bring everyone the fairness and equal rights they deserved.
Excerpt from her post read:
"We must stop gender advocacy and switch to human advocacy. Instead of saying respect a man or respect a woman, let's just fight for love and respect for all human. Equal right for all human. Let's stop the unconscious segregation by gender.
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Still on the actress, Legit.ng earlier reported that Etinosa Idemudia injected herself into the ongoing drama between Nigerian singer, Burna Boy, and the women in his life.
Etinosa took to her Instastory channel with a series of posts in which she gave her personal opinion regarding a lady identified as Jopearl, who came out to tell the world about her relationship with Burna Boy.
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According to her, Jopearl is more like the wife who cannot be shown to the world because she does not fit the society’s standard and also does not match Burna Boy’s status.
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