Feminism; its ingredients not necessarily the definition.

Patience Nyange
Posted July 13, 2020 from Kenya

Hey!

I hope you are well. Did you read

Sidney Aburi

’s blog post last week? Well, other people did and some felt compelled to respond to Sidney’s post.

Today’s guest is Juliet Kimotho; A Communications, Advocacy and Policy Specialist based in Nairobi, Kenya. She has eight years of experience in documenting and coordinating projects on women and youth empowerment.

Here goes Juliet's response to Sidney's post- https://www.patiencenyange.com/feminism-its-ingredients-not-necessarily-...

Please read and when you do, be kind enough to let Juliet know what you think of her response.

#IAmChevening #MyCheveningJourney

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Jill Langhus
Jul 13
Jul 13

Hi Patience,

How are you doing? This is a wonderful, well thought out response from Juliet to Sidney's previous post. I love the quotes, too! I think we do get ourselves in hot water pretty quickly when we tried to stick to one, blanket definition of what feminism is. Like most things, there is no right or wrong/clear cut answer.

Hope you have a great week.

Patience Nyange
Jul 13
Jul 13

Dear Jill,

Thank you for your response. Yes, you last sentence make a lot of sense- like most things, there is no right or wrong answer.

Do have a lovely week ahead.

Thank you.

Jill Langhus
Jul 15
Jul 15

You're welcome.

Thanks!

Anita Shrestha
Jul 15
Jul 15

Thank you for sharing

Patience Nyange
Jul 16
Jul 16

Dear Anita,

Thank you.

Thelma obani 2020
Jul 16
Jul 16

Your words are strong and powerful.
I quickly ran through your blog.
Are u on Facebook?

Patience Nyange
Jul 16
Jul 16

Dear Thelma,
Thank you for your feedback and thank you for taking the time to check my blog.

Yes, I am. I use the same name- Patience Nyange.

See you there.

Chi8629
Jul 17
Jul 17

Hello Beautiful Sister ,
How are you doing ?
Trust you are safe ?
Thank you for sharing .

Vanora.Lee
Jul 24
Jul 24

Thanks for sharing and keep up with all these great works! Stay safe!