Mwanamke huru (free woman).
“Free the woman”. I accept that society is changing now. From the way we have been raised, things that we hear to the movies that we watch. All these have created expectations amongst us all. There’s no way a woman or any human can meet the societies expectations. The term “expectations” is because they are not a plausible reality. Women are expected to express themselves, behave and talk in a certain way. Before you all cast stones at me, we must view it in the slightest old-fashioned way. They can be good at things, but never be better than the men. Women should be beautiful, but at the same time not concerned with beauty. Should be skinny but curvy at the same time. They should be smart and intelligent, but submissive at the same time.
Well dressed but should not take a long time to get ready just but a few. These absurd expectations written by this society tend to be impossible to achieve in reality. The expectations I’m talking about are not necessarily true for every woman, but each one tends to be true for many. Feminism waves and activism have brought women empowerment. They can now work and embrace all life has to offer equally. Women should know they are powerful enough not to be influenced by these expectations. They all can decide what they want to be, what to do, how to do it and so be it.