Dear Munroe Bergdorf. You are the woman who recently got fired by L'Oreal for saying this, "All white people are racist. Most of ya’ll don’t even realise or refuse to acknowledge that your existence, privilege and success as a race is built on the backs, blood and death of people of colour. Your entire existence … Continue reading Black People Are The Better Race
If only I had the privilege of Kate Middleton, today I would be on baby number 10. Kate's third pregnancy is such big news not only because she's a royal, but because we now live in a society where just 'three' children are considered a lot for a young couple. There are already debates online … Continue reading If Only I Had Kate Middleton’s Privilege
Yesterday I woke up to the horrifying news that John Lewis had become the first major UK retailer to remove ‘boys’ and ‘girls’ labels from its children’s clothing range. Apparently, this is to avoid 'reinforcing gender stereotypes'. Instead, new genderless labels that say either ‘Boys & Girls’ or ‘Girls & Boys’, are on all own-brand … Continue reading John Lewis Genderless Agenda Is Child Abuse
Rating women's beauty can be very difficult, especially African black beauty. Black women's beauty is already a controversial and rather political subject for they are often a subject of mockery for hiding their own hair under European women's hair. Black women's beauty is probably the most underrated in the world, mainly because for centuries, black … Continue reading Top 10 Most Beautiful African Women
It is a country of global history makers. The country of Barak Obama. It remains East Africa's biggest economy. And can I just say it has one of the most beautiful flags in the continent of Africa? So Africa and the world should not be surprised, that African political history was made in Kenya today. For … Continue reading As Kenya Makes History Today, May Africa Watch And Learn
A few weeks ago we were walking in town and Boaz asked me a question that kinda shocked me. 'As a woman, do you ever look at other men and lust after them?' Umm, though Nino and I are close like that and we talk about anything, that question took me by surprise. 'Why would you … Continue reading Why Southern African Women Can’t Resist West African Men
So yesterday I mentioned 'Zimbabwe' in my article about being Ghanaian, and a number of readers who are Zimbabwean were quite unhappy about their beloved country being mentioned by an ex Zimbabwean repeatedly. Apparently, it's a strong sign that I have not moved on. Yeah. There is also a time frame in which you are … Continue reading Why I Never Want To Move On From My Painful Past
Yes, you read that right. I prayed for a man who would take away my reproach. Boaz prayed for a woman just like me. This is not just a random union of boy meets girl. This is destiny. God answered both our prayers you see. We didn't just meet, we were brought together by a … Continue reading I Belong To Ghana For Life, And I Will Never Get Divorced
So today as I was celebrating my baby Charo turning a healthy hearty 7 months, I received an unexpected letter from Irene. It read something like this... Hello Jean. I just need to tell you I forgave you for your evil and wicked ways. You were laughing at me that i was in a mental health … Continue reading Dear Irene, Do I look like A Witch To You?
Four years ago when my brother told me that I needed to go into a Women's refuge, I felt like my whole world had ended. I could not understand how after 12 years in the UK, owning a house and living a stable family life (well at that time I thought it was stable, but … Continue reading Why I Am Grateful My Family Put Me In A Women’s Refuge.