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Tuesday, April 12, 2022

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  1. Denigrating those who genuinely believe in Jesus and extoling those charlatans and hypocrites simply because of their affluence.

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    1. Ms sapphire, good question 🀣🀣🀣🀣

      That BV doesn’t come off as a genuine Christian, sorry to say, but more of a sanctimonious fanatic. Like I always say, if I observe you and your ways, would it encourage me to want to be a follower of Christ or does it turn me off from your brand of Christianity? It’s usually the matter for me when it comes to ang.

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    2. Calling men that love helping their wives and children simps
      It’s so annoying
      When you love someone it doesn’t make you weak

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  2. Stigmatizing single mothers,don't know if its part of it but people need to put a stop to this.

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    1. I'm a single mother and for 16yrs of being never noticed an stigmatisation from family, friends nor acquaintances!!

      Be transformed by renewing your mind. How you see yourself is how you think people see you

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    2. Well said 19.43

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    3. Anon 19:43 mechie Unu nkapi gi dia. Gbazaqueen

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    4. πŸ‘. Change ur circle of friends.

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  3. People need to learn to condemn evil irrespective of you did it; celebrity, "pastor," G.O. or whosoever. And commend good works even if you do not like whoever did it.

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  4. That an unmarried woman is incomplete. Get over it society πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

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    1. πŸ˜‚, they are coming for you, 🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️

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    2. Sometimes I feel like if I was raised in the western society, I wouldn’t have any urge to marry or have children. But from childhood, I’ve been ingrained with the ideology that a woman is only complete when she has her own husband and family. I have witnessed in my childhood as spinsters approaching their 30s and beyond were ridiculed and made to feel like lesser humans just because they were unmarried.

      Unfortunately, I feel like i have no choice than to align with these ideals but what I’d strongly insist on is that I’d take my sweet time in choosing a very suitable partner before I’d end up with dustbin, regardless of how long it takes. Whether it happens now at 25 or at 35, I honestly don’t care. There’s more to life than marriage and raising crotch goblins lol.

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    3. Misery loves company. Funny thing is,the stigmatization comes mostly from married women in unhappy marriages

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  5. Stigmatizing singles and couple trying to concieve

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    1. Loud this!!!

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    2. Stigmatizing or abusing/ persecuting?. For real though, I didn’t know stigmatizing ttc people was a thing. Hugs

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    3. Everyone will just be looking at your stomach

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    4. 19:49 so you aren't aware that ttc people are stigmatized by family members.

      Sometimes it could be from townsfolk, neighbours or malicious colleagues.

      The same goes for mature songle women and single mothers.

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    5. I'm single and living my life to the fullest. I care not about stigma. It will happen when it happens.

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  6. Looking down on women as second fiddleπŸ‘ŽπŸ‘Ž

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    1. Happened to me just today. Introduced myself to this client, and he went ahead to ask my desk guy where the coo was. Then came to form fake apology

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    2. 19:50 don't mind the narrow-minded client. He is wallowing in ignorance and emptiness.

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  7. Stigmatising divorcees. It needs to stop. People need to know they shouldn't/ mustn't sacrifice thier lives just because they fell for the wrong people. They don't have to pay bitterly for thier mistakes.

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    1. They are on this Blog sef. Remember the chronicle 3 days ago. Divorced people are human too. Life is not a one way street.

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  8. Not regarding women who bore only female children

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  9. Stigmatising single mothers, older single ladies, ladies TTCing, people living with HIV/AIDS.🀷🌚

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    1. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    2. Why the emoji? You’re part of the problem

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    3. 21:06 you don't know what thumbs up means?
      In 2022??????
      Buahahahaha 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀑

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  10. Seeing brown skin as being less beautiful

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  11. Society needs to stop stigmatizing girls from broken homes. The whole idea that because the mom left her marriage so the girl would. So wrong

    I just stopped communication with one guy last week that didn't know I had kids. While we were gisting,I brought up the topic of single parenting and all. And he was like he can never marry a girl from a broken home(my parents are a very much together but for him to think that, he'll probably also think low of my kids)

    Abeg after the date,I ghosted him mbok. I don't have the strength for anybody's apology. Better for him to stick to his truth

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    1. I was telling someone yesterday that a lot of women endure bad marriages due to stigma their kids might face.
      I once knew a girl that was so in love with a guy but the family wouldn't let them get married cos she was from a broken home and his family believed she could do same to him.

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  12. Stigmatizing divorced women,single mothers,unmarried old women and women trying to conceive.

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    1. Those I do pity most are the TTC women. The stigmatization you get from being single is different from when you get married and yet to conceive . Mehn,I can't imagine what they go through.

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  13. That a woman who gives birth to her kids naturally is stronger or somewhat better than a lady who gives birth through CS. Infact if not for society na to do surrogacyπŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰. I wont have to worry about my nose getting bigger because this my nose ehn already occupies half of my face. I wont have to worry about my VJ getting too wide you knowπŸ˜‰.

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  14. Entitlement mentality by both male and female gender.
    #THATOGOJADUDE

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  15. Entitlement mentality by both male and female gender.
    #THATOGOJADUDE

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  16. That widows in most cases killed their husbands to inherit properties.
    #THATOGOJADUDE.

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  17. Entitlement mentality by both male and female gender.
    #THATOGOJADUDE

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  18. Entitlement mentality by both male and female gender.
    #THATOGOJADUDE

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  19. Putting unnecessary pressure on the female child, while absolving the male children and making lame excuses for them, those are the kind of actions that breed the osinachi and her husband situation

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    1. Louder

      Stella na topic be this

      How males were treated differently growing up

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  20. Plenty.. We mock almost everything..Him no get work,they never born,she too wait,na CS she take born,she don old she neva marry,she no fine,see as he fat,na IVF dem take born..

    We need to be nicer as a society
    Let people be
    Face your front and mind your business

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    1. Infact drink water and mind your business!!!

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  21. Whala be like stigma from nuisances that carry my single life on head,waiting for me to get married when their own lives need urgent amendment.
    I too know ,I too know but they don't know about their own problem.

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