We are constantly pressured as young women to get married because ‘time is running out!” we
also inflict self-pressure on ourselves because we feel like oh if we don’t get married at a certain
age we have failed as women, or we start to feel oh who is going to marry me at so so age.
In my own life, I have only met one girl who loves getting her period. So I am not the girly girly but I am learning. And in this journey of being my most feminine self, I have learnt that the period might be a pain in my behind (no pun intended) but looking forward to the post-care can make the journey of those insufferable few days a little less dreadful. Basically a light at the tunnel. mostly in our respective homes, you need to be married to be taking care of yourself down there but this generation we say no more, with or without a man that self-care and love must happen.
Being a stay-at-home daughter (with money) is the ultimate dream for a lot of us but sadly we need to go be slaves! Crying…. Fun
Nigerians are taking the fashion world by surprising with local designers using traditional fabrics such as adire, saqi etc. to bring perfection to life. In