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Yes - it is a conscious effort to make sure your culture does not get eaten up by the Western world. Let's be proud in who we are as African women!
Couldn't agree with you more!
Definitely agree. There is cultural meaning, however, should we extend grace to the "non-Africans" who wear our (their) clothes? Thoughts?
Yes! Thank you.
Ayanda, couldn't agree with you more.
In the context of this article, unfortunately, that is the case in many societies.
It's interesting how the word rape is even a taboo to say in many African households. No one will tell you to rape anyone, but the acts that lead up to it is perpetuated. In fact, many people, including myself, live our lives "protecting" ourselves from rape. How sad.