Popular Nigerian feminist Nkechi Bianze is in the news again, this time around she is speaking on why women would allow their children bear their husband’s surnames.
Bianze, who never gets tired of being in the news disclosed that women should not allow this because they do 90 percent of the parenting job while the men enjoy themselves during the nine months course.
According to her Facebook posts, Bianze added that she would love to kill two birds with one stone, as she wishes to have twins at once. Then begin discussing with her husband on why the children will not bear his last name.
Her post reads: “-Pregnancy and body changes.
-Labour and/or CS.
-Having strangers check your v*gina for contractions.
I’m NOT sorry to say. But.... People should stop mourning and complaining about how there are several Mother’s Days and just one Father’s Day. You can’t compare having s*x and ejac*lating to doing or going through at least three of those things listed. For every one Father’s Day, it’s very fair and ok for us to have 100 Mother’s Days. It’s perfect like that. I definitely want at least two biological children, and I’m dreading going through these twice. I covertly and overtly pray for twins, so I can use a stone to kill two birds and avoid going through these things twice. How did the world come to agree that a child should bear the father’s surname? Women clearly do more than 90% of the job of bringing a child to the world. So, how did the early humans make such decision? I’m thinking something. Me and the father of my children will have to discuss about surname. I’m going to go through a whole lot bringing these babies to the world, and I deserve a little more.”
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NAIJ.com earlier reported that Nkechi Bianze recently spoke about why she dumped Christianity. Bianze said she does not understand why the bible would rank men above women as it propagates inequality of both genders adding that, women were not created from men’s ribs.
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