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The way you present yourself as a woman is the same way you will be accepted
One of the reasons why women have been seen as a second-class citizen is because of lower value they have placed on themselves. A woman that sees herself as a sex object can’t have much premium placed on her. It is important that everything about you must portray someone that is confidence, worthwhile, resourceful, intelligent, and a problem solver or solution giver.
Anything short of the above will make you look valueless and someone that can’t contribute anything to her family or society.
There is something that is trending lately on the internet and it is a sex doll. The medical dictionary describes a sex doll as a realistic, adult-sized sex toy which resembles a man or woman and has anatomically correct parts. Presently the amount of a female sex doll goes for N800000 in Nigeria currency.
Men want to start having sex with dolls, rubber made dolls, dolls made from synthetic. Does it then mean that women are mere sex object and software to help the sexual orgy of men? The answer is NO. However, there is a need for women to do away with shallow thinking and see themselves as co-partner in the development of their family, nation, and the world.
I have discovered that any woman making a real impact will be valued and respected in the society. And people see this kind of women beyond baby factory or a second-class citizen.
As a lecturer and mentor, I am always happy whenever I see any of my female students doing well academically even than their male counterparts. I can attest to you that their male counterparts do respect them a lot. Such people are never ridiculed and this is simply because of their intellectual capability.
Furthermore, never see yourself as if your whole life depends on a man. The society has made a lot of women have this generalized thought “I am my husband’s project”. This same thought was the reason many families refused to send their daughter to school some decades ago. Although the tide is now changing and schools are now having more female children.
Never look down on yourself: You are beautifully and wonderfully made by God. You are so precious to Him. Therefore, let everything about you reflect that.
Lastly, be modest in your attire. There is a quote from Paul Washer that I love so much, it says “The way a woman carries herself and the way she dresses ought to promote the following types of words: modesty, discretion, wisdom, beauty, elegance and refinement, but not sensuality, luxury, extravagance.” This has shown that as a woman you will command a great respect when you are modest in your conduct and dresses.