A Nigerian model identified as Appiah Archibong sparked outrage online after he opposed to gender equality because he believes that woman should remain in the second tier and must not be given liberty at equality.
According to him, if a woman is allowed to wash her husband’s underwear, then he sees equality allowing a man to wash a woman underwear.
Here is what he wrote on Facebook…
After a chat with my buddy, I disagree with women equality. A woman can never equal a man and must not be given a chance to. What women should be fighting for are respect and honour and not equality..
Why do women want equality?
Do they want to start paying our bride prices?
Do they want the capabilities of impregnating a man?
Do they want to slap us back when we slap them?
Do they want to rule over us like we rule over them?
Do they want to be king when they are suppose to be queen?
Do they want to be traditional rulers and parts of the council of elders?
Do they want to be heads of the family?
Do they want a total recognition in being the bread winner of the family?
We can’t let the rule of equality stand.
I am seeing equality leveling us up which means, a woman can own males slaves and order them around
I am seeing equality were a woman can no longer obey and see men as god
I am seeing equality sell the right of fatherhood to motherhood
I am seeing equality render men useless in decision making
I am seeing equality as end time decision where a woman can marry as many men as she desires..
The bible never spoke of equality but respect and honour on womanhood.
If a woman is allow to wash her husband’s underwear, then I see equality allowing a man wash a woman underwear.
I stand with inequality
The woman should remain in the second tier and must not be given liberty at equality.
I stand with Respct and honour womanhood and not equality.
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