Feminism is believed to be the advocacy of women's rights on the ground of the equality of the sexes.
While there are many people who are engaged in the movement, it appears there are those who don't exactly practice what they preach.
The feminism movement is said to be a controversial one, one of the reasons being that a lot of women tend to practice misandry under the guise of feminism.
Apparently, some of these women seem to practice these beliefs only online hence the tag, 'social media feminists'.
This Nigerian lady identified by her Twitter username, @FlawlessMilo, is currently trending on social media after pictures from her traditional marriage surfaced online.
The lady who is popular on Twitter for being a staunch feminist and also known for her hatred for men, caused massive shock waves with the news of her wedding.
Going through her tweets prior to her wedding, many people would have bet their lives on the fact that she would never have anything to do with men, especially Nigerian men.
This is why a lot of people were stunned when news of her wedding to no other than a Nigerian man, popped up on the platform.
See some of her tweets below:
The reactions on Twitter have being pretty interesting. While some people are referring to her as the new Linda Ikeji who preach about one thing and do the other, others have expressed pity for the man she married.
See reactions below:
Well, congratulations to her on finding the one Nigerian man that deserves her love and good luck to him!
Meanwhile, reports coming in from Zimbabwe indicates that a couple who had sex in a hospital ward where the wife was on admission have been convicted.
According to Zwnews.com, the magistrate who accused the two of torturing other patients by having sex in their full view and making noise fined them $75 each.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported the story of a Nigerian lady who was reportedly killed by her husband after 19 days of marriage.
The deceased known as Amarachi Emmanuela, according to her friend who shared the story on social media, was pregnant before her untimely death.
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