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toubab1020



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Posted - 25 Jan 2016 :  10:49:26  Show Profile Send toubab1020 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
This is a subject that has been ignored for a very long time,it is a fact that Gambian women are just as capable as men, if not more so in ALL fields of human endevour,yet this goes unrecognised by men,however in most established relatonships the woman is the boss(IN MY OPINION !) and knows exactly how to make her man do what she wants.
OK so I am wasting my time posting this for discussion,there will be NO postings by others.

WAIT A MOMENT MAYBE OTHERS WILL POST,I HAVE JUST REALISED THAT THIS IS ABOUT POLITICS AS WELL,COME ON MEN POST,YOU KNOW YOU WANT TO

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Women shoulder double burden. They are shouldering the burden of work and the burden of maintaining their appearance according to the standards set by society so that they would be able attract or retain a husband.

Some accuse them of wearing expensive dresses but it is such dresses which attract the men of the class they want to marry. Some even bleach because men would leave them and marry or have relations with those who are fair in complexion.

Women in the disciplined force and those holding technical jobs often have to make extra effort to look feminine because of the comments of men.

Hence if one wants women to have other appearances, men must show a bright example in marrying women with such appearances.

Leadership in society should be handled by people who truly understand human society to know why people do what they do and what is to be done to develop positive human values without any form of coercion or punishment.

We are still unable to reach authorities at the Ministry of the Interior since they have either on leave or are on retreat. The status of the female Immigration personnel at Tanji and in other places as we have recently been informed is yet to be unravelled. If they are detained they should be released.

http://www.foroyaa.gm/archives/9096#more-9096

"Simple is good" & I strongly dislike politics. You cannot defend the indefensible.

Edited by - toubab1020 on 25 Jan 2016 10:51:18
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