Women who put themselves in power control situation are unconsciously allowing men to play alone take advantage of their already dire situation.
......" I dont know if my husband
will like it..ooo" ...
The poor man might not even expect to be asked for his approval. Stop disturbing him.
.."ehhh let me ask my oga first".
More often men don't expect you to ask, such approval is unnecessary so stop asking. Occasionally ask out of mutual respect for each other ensure UNCONSCIOUS BIAS don't work against you.
said in my previous posts, I have many topics on this subject to share with you in the coming weeks that will mainly cover CRITICAL APPROACH TO FEMINISM. My usual pragmatic way to de-construct feminist failure - address many intersectional issues in many homes
and the wider society.
Meaning I'll take a critical approach - African feminists reluctance to address disturbing issues faced by girl-child underage househelp who babysits kids young as the "" childlike" unpaid househelp
these women hire.
Househelp that works 24/7 without break! Often abused, raped by their randy husbands and older male children right under their nose. How can you include girl-child exploitation in vital discussion
when you cannot protect the most vulnerable member of your household and the society at large?
Such domestic abuse remains irrelevant in vital discussion and debate to avoid tarnish family image. My honest take is to make
the conversation inclusive and transparent because girl-child, woman is worthy of respect and protection from the oppressor/abuser. Wives should keep regular checks on their randy husbands. Sex abuse is rife in many homes. Servant quarter is a sex den for
abusers. Women should do regular surprise visits check for any sign of illegal underage sex.
Protect the girl-child, protect your home turning to whore House when it is exposed to illegal sexual activities. Elleviating sex
abuse is a critical feminist issue. Act now.
Feminist debates should cover vital intersections-child labour, domestic abuse, low pay, tribalism experienced by marginalised majority in low paid domestic help in many
households in Africa. Erasure is not equality.
Enough of this pretense. 😎