Feminism isn’t simply about being a woman in a position of power. It’s battling systemic inequities; it’s a social justice movement that believes sexism, racism and classism exist and interconnect, and that they should be consistently challenged.

There have been times when I often wondered, why are women being confronted with each other? Or why don’t women fight for the same privilege? Or why women do not have the same rights as men. But then I realize that it is probably because we as human beings do not have the same privileges, so the difference between men and women is very large or between women.So it always falls on the clash between white feminism and black feminism is very enlightening. Contrary to what most people think, feminism does not originate in the homes of rich and white families, but in the midst of the need for people who need justice. Justice where the color of your skin and genitals do not matter, but rather an equal like people. 

The struggle of democratic secularism, religious tolerance, colorisme, individual freedom and feminism against authoritarian patriarchal religion, culture and morality is going on all over the world. 

It is clear that women have climbed far enough to reach what we have already achieved, and there is still fighting that women have more and more rights. Because there are many women who fight for equal rights, for respect, for fundamental rights, women talking about brotherhood, feminism, motherhood, free love, self-love and domestic violence, class struggle, women’s performance in the labor market and about black women.There are also many women struggling to excel professionally in the face of macho men. Women who cannot follow their dreams and accept that they live in violent relationships and suffer from domestic violence and more. And black women who can’t get the same opportunities because of the color of their skin. Society around the world has created a picture of black women who don’t meet the standards and norms. The black superwoman idea is meant to buck stereotypes like the strong black women the women that they can handle anything that comes her way, angry black women: she is loud, emasculating and verbally abusive like we see in the movies and hear in the music.

Feminism has never been about getting a job for one woman. It’s about making life more fair for women everywhere. It’s not about a piece of the existing pie; there are too many of us for that.

This kind of things is becoming part of black women’s subconscious, that black women can and will always endure so much and still rise to the top. I can understand that the mythology surrounding the black superwomen can be empowering as it is detrimental. the thought of always being seen as strong and resilient may seem complimentary. But the superwoman idea has some substance has a negative effect on black women health. verder more when feminism doesn’t explicitly oppose racism, and when anti-racism doesn’t incorporate opposition to patriarchy, race and gender politics often end up being antagonistic to each other, and both interests lose. It’s very important for women (parents)  to tell our daughters that they should be strong. But to tell our sons that they can be vulnerable, to have these characters on screen that aren’t perfectly masculine cowboys that never fail, for our boys to change their psyche as well, that’s equally important for human being.

Feminism isn’t simply about being a woman in a position of power. It’s battling systemic inequities; it’s a social justice movement that believes sexism, racism and classism exist and interconnect, and that they should be consistently challenged.

Nowadays it’s very important to show how feminism differentiates between black and white and between woman and man. So you can re-educate ourselves, the society we live in and the new generation you are educating. Because many of us still have no idea of ​​the size of the divergence between us. And what separates us sometimes is not the willing of wanting something but the color of our skin and the fact that we have people have different sex. Intersectionality draws attention to invisibilities that exist in feminism, in anti-racism, in class politics, so, obviously, it takes a lot of work to consistently challenge ourselves to be attentive to aspects of power that we don’t ourselves experience.

I believe that feminism needs to teach more girls about how to make institutional changes and how to further engage men and boys into being our allies….


I hope you like it. Have a beautiful day and may God bless you above all your expectations <3


– HERCHAPTER – By Custodia Chineva-

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    9 September 2019 at 17:07

    I only can think, who run the world? Girls! One song that you seems to like is, most girls, its about that every woman needs to be herself

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    9 September 2019 at 08:01

    Wat een super vette outfit!

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    5 September 2019 at 13:15

    Wat een prachtige outfit heb je aan

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    5 September 2019 at 13:05

    Een mooi stuk met een belangrijk onderwerp waar zeker wat meer aandacht aan mag worden geschonken. Wat meer off topic. Wat een power-outfit. Daar houd ik zeker van. Love the heels as well!

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    4 September 2019 at 20:41

    Wat een prachtige outfit en wat straal je veel zelfvertrouwen uit, heel mooi. De outfit staat je goed, maar hoe kun je lopen op die hakken?? 😉

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    4 September 2019 at 20:21

    Wat een mooie outfit. Een leuke boodschap.

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    4 September 2019 at 16:18

    Wat een goede look! En goed dat je dit aankaart.

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    2 September 2019 at 22:03

    Wat weer een prachtige foto’s en mooie blog! Ik vind het fijn om je blogs te lezen, je bent zo’n mooi mens!

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    2 September 2019 at 21:28

    Dat er verschillen zijn, vind ik op zich prima maar iedereen moet wel geijke kansen krijgen.

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    2 September 2019 at 16:40

    Ik vind het zo treurig dat we nog steeds in een wereld leven waar we moeten vechten voor gelijke rechten, waar er nog steeds geweld is richting sommige groepen mensen. Ik hoop, wens dat we allemaal gaan inzien dat ieder mens in de kern hetzelfde is en daarom hetzelfde wil worden gehandeld: met liefde en respect.

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    Caroline - HippeShops
    2 September 2019 at 13:24

    Verschillen mogen en moeten er zijn, we zijn immers niet hetzelfde. M.b.t. rechten ligt het ingewikkelder en is er helaas nog te veel ongelijkheid. Goed dat je dit aan de orde brengt.

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    Kool Family
    2 September 2019 at 12:21

    Oh my God, looking gorgeous!

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      2 September 2019 at 18:08

      Jammer dat we moeten vechten voor onze rechten. Je ziet er goed uit

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    2 September 2019 at 12:21

    Wat een mooie en vrouwelijke outfit. Love it!

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    2 September 2019 at 09:49

    hier straalt gewoon veel kracht uit met een top outfit!

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    2 September 2019 at 08:09

    Wat ben je toch een power vrouw in een prachtige outfit, met een heldere en duidelijke boodschap. Nog steeds is er een verschil tussen man en vrouw, maar het komt steeds meer en meer de kant van de vrouw op.

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