But Madam, what did you do for your husband to beat you like this? Why did you provoke him? #BeingFemaleInNigeria
— Vera Ezimora (@verastic) June 30, 2015
My Mother's a single Mum. She trained four boys. I know where I'm coming from. I bow at womanhood. There's power there #BeingFemaleInNigeria
— Johannes Tobi W. (@Johannxs) June 30, 2015
Shout out to the men who understand that #BeingFemaleInNigeria is about women sharing real pain & not about some "feminist agenda"
— FOLA (@TheFavoredWoman) June 30, 2015
#BeingFemaleInNigeria u can wash and iron ur man's boxers & vests but he will not wash ur g-string & bras. 😱😁
— 👙👑💸 Hër Röyal Emprë$$ (@swtlovex) June 30, 2015
#BeingFemaleInNigeria if you have rich male friends you are a hoe
— SASO (@Big_Saso) June 30, 2015
#BeingFemaleInNigeria means going to school is a waste of time. Just tush up, know how to cook n be good in bed n wait for Mr. Right.
— Buck_Juelz (@Joeluson) June 30, 2015
— Àṣàkẹ́ (@Omodayo2) June 30, 2015
Can I talk about how many strange men on the street feel entitled enough to my body to touch me when I walk past them? #beingfemaleinNigeria
— Ijeoma Ogwuegbu 🏳️🌈🌈 (@IjeomaOgood) June 30, 2015
Having to bear the Trauma of your rape alone because your rapist is a highly respected family member #BeingFemaleInNigeria
— Eche Enziga (@Echecrates) June 30, 2015
#beingfemaleinNigeria when you leave a bad relationship and people tell you: 'why didn't you endure?'
— Stephanie Busari (@StephanieBusari) June 30, 2015
Age7: don't play wit boys
Age11: stay away frm boys
Age17: boys r dangerous,keep away
Age23: where's ur husband? #BeingFemaleInNigeria
— Aisha Usman Shettima (@shatushettima) June 30, 2015
#BeingFemaleInNigeria "Your husband cooked? And you opened your mouth and ate the food? What kind of woman are you?"
— Bíbíire ò ṣé fowó rà (@yew1e) June 30, 2015
#BeingFemaleInNigeria From 25 till death you will be bugged about
1. When will you marry
2. When will you born
3. We want boys
— Happy Billionaire (@shadeladipo) June 30, 2015
#BeingFemaleInNigeria basically means you have to do more to earn anything close to what a less committed male earns
— JJ. Omojuwa (@Omojuwa) June 30, 2015
#BeingFemaleInNigeria is stressful. If you are 30, single and successful, they will label you a hoe.
— Henry Ekene Obianika (@TheHenryEkene) June 30, 2015