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Women are often seen as the ‘nicer’ sex. However in these more recent times, we are seeing how they are valuing ambition more highly. After all considering the lack of care being shown by men. In the professional world as well as in relationships, women have no choice but to choose to take their power...
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It’s natural that people are greatly connected to their mothers, since without them they wouldn’t be in this world. Rejoicing in celebrating them especially on Mother’s Day. Part of the role of mothers is to provide emotional support, growth, strength, empowerment and unconditional love. They teach you what no one else can. Their lessons stay...
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It’s not enough to call yourself a ‘feminist’ by wearing a shirt with a female empowering statement. It’s about increasing efforts of initiative and showing tangible support. People are finding participation more important than placing labels on what you say you are or say you support. “END GIRL HATE” initiated by Leanne Dlamini is about...
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We are living in a time of community creation and fostering togetherness. Women are typically the leaders of this movement. By nature, being more nurturing. Community is not just a desire, it’s a need that is directly linked to loyalty. If there’s no sense of community then they are most likely to leave. In society...
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Menstruation, something most men just don’t understand. Mostly because it’s a taboo subject that women have been conditioned to keep hush about or felt embarrassed. Creatively, 2017 saw thought leaders attempting to overcome the touchiness people feel about periods. A step in the right direction to address this wide spread issue. Women face many problems...
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In one of the most liberal parts of the world, Hollywood, female actresses still earn less than male actors. Hollywood lives by an entirely different set of rules to South Africa. They are more liberal in their thinking. However in both places the standard is the same – women earn less. This shows that regardless of...
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