Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Stephanie Linus Campaigns To Stop Violence Against Women In Elections [Photos]

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Nollywood actress, producer and director Stephanie Linus was yesterday announced as the Ambassador for the ‘Stop Violence Against Women In Elections’ Campaign. This project is funded by the USAID, and is an initiative of the NDI in partnership with the International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA). Her formal presentation as an ambassador took place yesterday at the Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja, photos below...

Stop-VAWIE (Violence Against Women In Elections) Campaign is a project that seeks to create public awareness on various forms of violence against women before, during and after elections in Nigeria, which often militates their active participation in the electoral process.

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Is Unwanted Facial Hair Stopping You From Kissing Your Husband?

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By Kevin Dicerbo

Many women deal with unwanted facial hair though they rarely talk about it. As women, facial hair is a problem no matter where it’s found but for some women in relationships, the most problematic is the fuzz on the upper lip or stubble on the chin. Those key parts of the face that come into play when you are kissing your partner and they want to touch or hold your face. 
Kissing is one of the most intimate acts a couple can share, and when it’s gone, so goes much of the intimacy in a relationship. But some women do let this important aspect of their relationship go slack in order to save themselves the embarrassment of a rough face.
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The Home-Maker by Juliet Kego [Poetry]

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My thoughts when I first read this poem by Juliet Kego (pictured above) was this is absolutely beautiful! The Home Maker by Juliet Kego is so touching and yet so strong. The poem, which Juliet calls Floetry, gives a voice to the woman at home toiling to make her home and feeling unsatisfied and underappreciated. The woman in the poem knows when she's had all she can carry, and what she needs to do in order to find herself. Enjoy the poem below...

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