Ntsiki Mazwai: Patriarchy still exists, women are still being oppressed

Ntsiki Mazwai: Patriarchy still exists, women are still being oppressed

- Normally, Ntsiki has opinions that not many agree with, but this time things were different

- Ntsiki raised the matter of patriarchy and how it still cripples women

- Patriarchy still exists and is the reason women are still oppressed today, she says

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In the spirit of Women’s Month, Ntsiki Mazwai decided use her rage to spark up a feminist-based debate on social media that is actually relevant.

Ntsiki is known for her sharp and controversial tongue. The widely-disliked celeb has many strong and colourful opinions about worldly matters that many do not agree with.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Ntsiki’s inner feminist surfaced on social media when she aired her views on the strong presence of patriarchy and how women are still hugely undervalued.

Out of her usual opinion, Ntsiki brought up a rather true and relevant point regarding Women’s Day events - men hardly ever support them!

Ntsiki then highlighted the fact that this point is never spoken about nor have men ever been shamed for it when really they should be.

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Lastly, Ntsiki expressed the poison that the presence of patriarchal mind sets cause to the female soul. Patriarchy still exists even if people chose to ignore it.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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