Tag: #Feminisms #AfricanFeminisms
I have been called “toubab” (white) so many times in my life, I honestly can’t keep count. This is due to many reasons but mainly because I identify as feminist. After my last blog post about society’s expectations of wives in The Gambia, that sealed the deal. I was definitely a “toubab” because, according to the people who approached me to talk about “my … Read More “Toubab Bu Nuille”: on African Feminisms.