06 Feb ASA
The argument of equality among genders has been a long dialectic, many trying to uncover the truth, oftentimes misinterpreting facts and bringing up new ideologies.
In my objective thought, there was and probably never will be anything such as equality among genders.
The inevitable is the question of whether due to women’s uniqueness and overwhelming purpose they have come to par with God’s premier creation; being man.
But you can’t fail to acknowledge the strength and immeasurable value women possess. The character, power, grace and beauty of a woman.
The question now is; should women be treated or regarded as inferior? Or should be assumed to be equal with men?
Funmilayo Ransome Kuti
The first woman to drive a car in Nigeria.
Being as the “Mother of Africa”, you can’t deny the strength found in a woman, an African Woman and her ability to invigorate.
These have been framed; as a call for an anti-sexist assessment.