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A Feminist Who Cannot Share Bill Payments with her Man Is An Absolute Failure – Social Media User Fires

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Any feminist who allows her man to pay the bills is a failure of a feminist, a social media user has brutally fired. The lady slammed so-called feminists in a post on her Twitter account for being hypocrites. READ ALSO: Bishop Nyarko’s Mum Forced to Deny She Killed her Own Son Via Witchcraft In Very … Read more

I Learnt Too Late that Feminism Is A Cancer, Avoid It – American Activist Warns Young Women

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A U.S political activist, Candace Owens, has torn into modern feminism and described it as a ‘scam’. According to Owens, feminism, which is alleged to be about women empowerment, is actually about tearing women down. Owens, a right-wing activist, made the point during a speech at a recent conference addressing young women. READ ALSO: I … Read more

Self proclaimed Man Hating Feminist Calls for Married Women to Cheat on Their Husbands Every Chance they Get

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Feminism as an ideology is certainly an admirable thing to aspire to. There is no doubt women historically have been disenfranchised and there is the need to take special measures to correct that in today’s society.

The late, great, Christopher Hitchens always used to say that the solution to poverty around the world is the empowerment of women. So whilst fighting for women’s rights is noble, it’s definitely not what some of the latter-day social media feminists are fighting for.

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Pepper Dem Ministries — Misandrists Or Feminists?

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Owing to the back and forth arguments, confrontations and banter between a cross-section of Ghanaian social media users and a gender activists group on social media called Pepper Dem Ministries, a Facebook user by name Ewura Esi Neymar Adda has penned down a beautiful letter to the group.

In the letter, Esi is asking a simple question of the group –are the Pepper Dem Ministries a bunch of real feminists or misandrists shrouded in feminism just to bring men down.

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The Bible Is Stupid; It Was Written By Patriarchal Men With Inherent Biases Against Women — Feminist Rants On Social Media

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A feminist has taken umbrage at the Bible in a social media rant against their most frequent target of all – the patriarchy.

In a post on twitter, she angrily rants against the holy book of the Christian religion for reinforcing the patriarchy and encouraging the oppression of women.

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PHOTOS: Single Martha Ankomah 'Slays' Again ─ What Are Ghanaian Men Waiting For?

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Martha Ankomah

Ghanaian actress Martha Ankomah in a recent interview on GhanaWeb’s “Showbiz Trendz” opened up on her relationship status, her stance on feminism and other matters.
Martha Ankomah on her relationship status revealed that she is still single and searching ─and this somehow stirred up controversies on social media with some asking why some of these pretty celebrities haven’t been able to find men to settle down with.

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PHOTOS: Single Martha Ankomah ‘Slays’ Again ─ What Are Ghanaian Men Waiting For?

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Martha Ankomah

Ghanaian actress Martha Ankomah in a recent interview on GhanaWeb’s “Showbiz Trendz” opened up on her relationship status, her stance on feminism and other matters.

Martha Ankomah on her relationship status revealed that she is still single and searching ─and this somehow stirred up controversies on social media with some asking why some of these pretty celebrities haven’t been able to find men to settle down with.

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VIDEO: Feminism Doesn't Mean Disrespecting Men Or Husbands ─ Martha Ankomah

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Martha Ankomah

Unlike the “PepperDem Ministries” ─a social media feminism group with the view that feminism is all about “flipping some useless pages”, disrespecting and rubbing shoulders with men, Ghanaian actress, Martha Ankomah holds a different and laudable view of what feminism means.
Martha Ankomah in an interview with Bernice Owusuwaa on GhanaWeb’s “Showbiz Trendz” stated that the definition of feminism is never about disrespecting men.

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VIDEO: Feminism Doesn’t Mean Disrespecting Men Or Husbands ─ Martha Ankomah

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Martha Ankomah

Unlike the “PepperDem Ministries” ─a social media feminism group with the view that feminism is all about “flipping some useless pages”, disrespecting and rubbing shoulders with men, Ghanaian actress, Martha Ankomah holds a different and laudable view of what feminism means.

Martha Ankomah in an interview with Bernice Owusuwaa on GhanaWeb’s “Showbiz Trendz” stated that the definition of feminism is never about disrespecting men.

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TWEETS: Lydia Forson And M.anifest 'Confuses' Rapper Edem On Feminism With Big “Huhudious” Grammar

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Rapper Edem

The word feminism has become very difficult to explain in recent times as some bitter women sitting on social media 24/7 without real jobs confuses themselves as well as the less educated women on feminism.
Rapper M’anifest trying to explain the principle of feminism to his colleague musician, rapper Edem who seems to have less knowledge about the word has ended up confusing Edem.

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TWEETS: Lydia Forson And M.anifest ‘Confuses’ Rapper Edem On Feminism With Big “Huhudious” Grammar

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Rapper Edem

The word feminism has become very difficult to explain in recent times as some bitter women sitting on social media 24/7 without real jobs confuses themselves as well as the less educated women on feminism.

Rapper M’anifest trying to explain the principle of feminism to his colleague musician, rapper Edem who seems to have less knowledge about the word has ended up confusing Edem.

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It Is Possible To Be A Christian And A Feminist At The Same Time – Angela Dwamena

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Feminism has become a term that generates a lot of debate anytime it is mentioned. For some, it is simply believing in women’s rights to be equal to men on social, economic, political and educational fronts. For others like the Pepper Dems, it is a bitter fight to the death against all man-made norms and … Read more

THE DAILY INSIGHT — Any African Woman Who Doesn't Cook, Serve Or Clean Should Marry A Dog And Not A Man (Video)

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In recent days, the debate over feminism in Ghana has gone so off the rails that it has emerged that a woman cooking for a man has turned herself into a slave.
Yes, that’s the level of ‘discourse’ in Ghana these days over the issue of women’s rights.

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KSM — The Name 'Feminist' Limits The Equal Rights Movement And Should Be Changed

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Kwaku Sintim-Misa

The never ending debate over the feminist movement in Ghana continues, with legendary satirist KSM adding his voice.
There is no question that many share in the ideals of feminism, men and women alike: but when a certain toxicity is attached to the movement, to wit tear down the man to elevate the woman, it turns many people off and doesn’t really advance the agenda.

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Tiwa Savage Says Women Are Not Equal To Men "Man Is The Head"

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Tiwa Savage

Nigeria music diva, Tiwa Savage has thrown some pepper into the eyes of some gang of feminists who have set out to distort the customary role of women to be submissive to their men.
Speaking on The Beat 99.9FM radio station in Nigeria about gender discrimination, she said it’s important for women to work extra hard and become successful like the Oprahs but that doesn’t mean women can be equal to men.

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Kneeling Before My Husband Doesn't Prevent Me From Being A Feminist — Gifty Anti

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Ay3ka! Gifty Anti has come out to defend her feminism after she was accused of hypocrisy for ‘kneeling’ before her husband in a photo.
Feminism these days seem to be all about ‘men bad, women good’, and Anti, who’s been a long standing feminist, was heavily criticized for ‘submitting’ to a man when the feminist ideals seem to suggest the opposite.

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CHRIS-VINCENT Writes: Feminism for Dummies—What Most of the Angry Social Media So Called Feminists Do Not Understand

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Women Against Feminism

Definition of Feminism
Feminism has long been misconstrued to exclusively mean, men and women are equal in everything and therefore it’s the advocacy or fight for women to be granted same rights and be treated just as men.
The idea that the man is the sole and important comparator in the fight for women’s right is absurd—just as the idea that all women want the same thing and want to be treated as equal to men.
A better, albeit convoluted definition of feminism is; it’s “a range of political movements, ideologies, and social movements that share a common goal: to define, establish, and achieve political, economic, personal, and social rights for women.”
Feminism is the fight for women’s rights in all aspects of life—sometimes with the man as a reasonable comparator, most times not.
The traditional erroneous notion which is somewhat the popular conception most of these so called feminists I’ve seen on social media hold is as a result of the fact that, the early feminists were just looking to ensure that women were being treated as men were.
Today, that’s not really the case—because under certain circumstances, women do not need to be treated like me, sometimes better than men and that’s absolutely acceptable.
For instance, while women have fought for and get 52 weeks’ statutory maternity leave in the United Kingdom, men get just about 2 weeks’ paternity leave. In Ghana, a man’s right to paternity leave wholly does not exist.
If feminism was simply that, women want to be treated like men; then women in the United Kingdom will get only 2 weeks of maternity and in Ghana will have no maternity because that’s exactly what men get.

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Keep On Entertaining Us With Your Ignorance – Lydia Forson Just Laid The Smackdown On DKB For His 1st Century Views Of Feminism

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DKB made an arse of himself on social media Tuesday with a chauvinistic, misogynistic post about women and feminism, which was somewhat ironical coming from him.

DKB said in his post that feminists are only interested in dragging others into their miserable, lonely lives and that ‘power belongs to the man’.

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MUST READ: Understanding Feminism…

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A few decades ago, women did not have the opportunities available to today’s modern woman. This was not because the women back then were less intelligent, or less industrious, or less ambitious. It was simply because as a woman, your choices were very limited.

The society expected the woman to marry when she gets to a certain age, and bear children for her husband. Her main duties, as such were to maintain the home and look after her husband and children. And that was all.

It wasn’t until the late 1960s to 1970s that women all over the world especially in America, begun to demand for equal rights and opportunities. Thus Feminism was born. Now a lot of people are confused about the message of Feminism, especially men.

A lot of men regard feminists as a woman who hates men .This couldn’t be any further from the truth; you see feminism is all about giving women the power to choose. To choose whether she wants to be a housewife or dedicate her life to her career or both. And that she should not be judged by society for making her choice.

Feminism does not demand that a woman is better than a man, or vice versa, but simply that a woman is able and capable of reaching great heights in whatever field she chooses should she be given the opportunity.

It is not surprising to find that any intelligent, outspoken, woman is quickly labelled a feminist. Add that this woman is unmarried and is doing great in her career and probably has short hair. She would be elevated to the position of a man hater. As feminists we ask that the worth of a woman is not limited to her ability to marry and procreate only.

Chimamanda Adichie, writer of Americanah’, is one very outspoken feminist. Despite the many achievements in her chosen career, she receives a lot of backlash from the men folk simply because she does not want to adopt her husband’s name. As a feminist, she strongly believes that she should be defined only by her accomplishments.

Last December, I received a text broadcast which had the list of top female players in the entertainment industry, notable amongst them were TV3 presenter, Nana Aba Anamoah, actress Yvonne Okoro, and media mogul Deloris Frimpong.

In the message these women were being mocked at because they were unmarried and it further went on to state that they should be prayed for in order to find spouses in the coming New Year. Will successful men ever be mocked if they were unmarried beyond a certain age?

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