Thank you my sisters,brothers

SIMON MUREU
Posted October 19, 2020 from Kenya

I have been Member  with world  pulse for a number of years and a good worth-while contributor to your voices

I am not the only single man with you.There must be others like me who advocate widely.It is of interest you never featured them as good tools. you even never cerebrate them.I am in wonder for this.In Africa, when a man has done some good duties, infact, we offer a cup of tea as meaning for thanks.Our women are never greed and from time to time they understand to say Thank you  my father,brother,son,husband,sisters daughters

May be the world pulse would like to copy us here in Africa.A good tug this one is

Thank you my sisters

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Jill Langhus
Oct 19
Oct 19

Hi Simon,

How are you and your family? Thanks for sharing your post. I agree that males advocates of peace and equality should be celebrated more. We celebrate you, and all the men in the world that are advocates for peace, equality, freedom from violence, and security, too. Please keep up the great work, and continue to encourage other men, and boys, to do the same.

Nini Mappo
Oct 20
Oct 20

Hello Simon,
I believe that the world is already a better place because of your advocacy, both on World Pulse but especially how you translate that into your community. You are celebrated, and your impact also celebrates you. I don't think the visible promotion of women on this platform is greed per se, but perhaps because this platform was created for the express purpose of promoting women and their causes, and where they can raise their concerns. Maybe that's why it's called a sisterhood where brothers are welcome, and why there are more women on it than there are men. But each voice, yours included is equally valuable in this space, it's just that ni kaa chama cha wamama, at least venye nailewa.
Please do continue standing for and advocating for good, and role modelling to others around you to do the same, even without a cup of tea.

lizzymark
Oct 25
Oct 25

Hi bro
I agree with you that men should be celebrated here for supporting and lending their voices. A good suggestion which is noted thanks keep doing what you do.

Kabahenda
Oct 25
Oct 25

Hello Simon,
I am very sorry that you feel unrecognized! While I do not have a mandate to speak for World Pulse, I know that we appreciate our members and we do encourage them to keep up the good work.

Thank you for sharing your views and for your advocacy on behalf of women.

Stephanie Faust
Nov 16
Nov 16

Hello Simon,
I hope you are well.
I celebrate you and I thank you for joining our voices!
Your individual support and advocacy is very meaningful, not only to women, but to the well being of every community in the world.
Thank you!

MUKABA ZAWADI
Dec 01
Dec 01

Merci pour de vous lire c'est génial que nous recevons de nouveau membre encore hommes qui aime partagé avec la communauté world Pulse soyez le bienvenus. Ne te sens pas seul nous sommes dans la famille continuer à élever ta voie

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