#2. Dear Ghanaian men in love with or married to Ghanaian feminists,
Today you and I are going to have a conversation. We’re going to try and be civil about it; no shouting and screaming and emotional antics. (You are not allowed to sulk and mumble to yourself)
This is you and me. This is us.
Firstly, just to be clear, when I say that I speak for Black feminists I mean I’m speaking for all women who believe in the equality of women and believe that women should not be discriminated against in every sphere of life – education, career, financial support, professional sports etc etc. I speak for the women who believe that they make up half of the sky. I speak for women who don’t identify as feminists for a variety of reasons but are strongly against any form of discrimination.
Yes, we’re all having this conversation.
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