“Any woman who calls another woman Ashawo is an enemy of progress”- Juliet Ibrahim

"Any woman who calls another woman Ashawo is an enemy of progress"- Juliet Ibrahim
Any woman who calls another woman Ashawo is an enemy

Last Updated on June 24, 2021 by MyGh.Online

Women who slut-shame each other, according to Juliet Ibrahim, are agents working against the universal women empowerment goal.

When there is a quarrel or an altercation, she believes it is inappropriate for any woman to refer to another woman as a “slut” or “whore.”

Juliet Ibrahim said in an Instagram post that women need to encourage one another and stay on track with the objective of women’s equality and empowerment.

Why are women so comfortable slut-shaming each other whenever there’s an altercation?
It is NOT okay when the male gender calls a female a slut but we’re saying it’s okay for females to slut-shame themselves?
slut’ and ‘whore’ still possess the power to destroy the lives of individual women and young girls.
Women are in the world fighting for gender equality in every sector of life; so ladies isn’t it better we stop the double standards and focus on supporting each other rather than bringing each other down as women?

Juliet Ibrahim’s issue comes after a viral confrontation between Seyi Shay and Tiwa Savage at a salon a few weeks ago, in which both slut-shame each other.

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For the sake of Women Empowerment, Juliet feels that if women want to be taken seriously by men, they must respect one another and move away from disparaging and berating one another.

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