Neo Majake

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She is Power

She is Power

From an African woman's perspective, growing up in a black community from a young age girls are taught and trained how to be perfect suitors and helpers to the male rather than being taught self sufficiency and indepence. Patriarchy alienated equality in the most evident form. Young girls had more domesticated responsibilities while the boys in the family would go about their days driving car toys and taking up the role of head of the house while playing house and as we advance to teenagehood, we were then as young ladies expected to be well skilled and experienced in running…
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