KAMPALA – To mark International Women’s Day, celebrated socialite Shanitah Namuyimbwa better known as Bad Black has shared her sentiments on the whole aspect of feminism.
According to Black, feminism is not about making women stronger but rather about changing the global perception on their strength and resilience.
Through her social media, Maama Jonah, expressed her understanding of feminism and how it should not be about merely making women strong.
The controversial socialite notes that women are already strong but the world now needs to perceive their strength.
“Feminism isn’t about making women strong. Women are already strong. It’s about changing the way the world perceives that strength. Happy Women’s Day,” she posted.
Feminism is a social and political movement about changing the way people see male and female rights (mainly female), and campaigning for equal ones.
It’s about levelling the playing field between genders, and ensuring that diverse women and girls have the same opportunities in life available to boys and men.
To the extremes, feminism has been used to demean men as women take it into their hands to take over superiority.
On such a day, women across the world are celebrated for different reasons like impacting lives, their different campaigns that touch society and impact in general.