Love Profession And Flattery Among Nigerians Written by Di MadWriter I always say that if and when I travel to the US, I’d be sure to visit two places before returning— a black church and a black club. There’s this special energy in these places that you probably won’t find
Thoughts On Feminism And Gender Roles Written by Di MadWriter (Contributor) We’re very familiar with the notion that when a woman is more successful than her husband, builds big establishments, and works more hours, society frowns upon her. This is what the feminists fight and try to rid us of.
Stations and Churches Written by Di MadWriter We all sat with our eyes glued to his lips as my friend recounted his encounter from the previous night. He was on his way to a party by 10 pm when a police van pulled over next to him and three heavily
Are We All Lost Beyond Redemption?Written by DiMadWriter *May contain graphic content. Reader discretion is advised* All what I’m about to narrate happened within 15 hours. I must have been bored to have done all that the night before. I’d normally wait till an hour before departure to throw a
2020: The Year of Viruses? The Surprise Many started the beginning of 2020 with resolutions, plans, and hopes of having better days. What we were unaware of, was a virus that would cause a pandemic. Coronavirus had actually begun to spread somewhere in China– Wuhan, to be precise. Again, folks
5 Lessons Guinea Pigs Taught Me. When I first heard the words ‘Guinea pig,’ I thought that they were pigs from Guinea. I was told back then that they were mostly used for experiments and for some reason I thought they were black pigs (why I thought so I’ll never
Ladies: Be More! Note: Contains disturbing information. Reader discretion is advised. I’m not quite sure how to start this post but I’ll just write and let it flow. Yesterday, I saw a video on someone’s whatsapp status that left me worried and sad. I could only ask why but got
Dear Single Adults, I want you to know that it’s not a crime to be single. I understand the pressure that comes with being an adult. There are too many things to figure out and sometimes, we just lose it. Hey, it’s okay. Let’s take it one step at a