All Men Are Petrified Of A Distinguished Woman -Oheneyere Gifty Anti Reasons

Elevated Ghanaian female telecaster and women’s activist, Oheneyere Gifty Anti, recently asserted on the Anigye Mmre show on Onua FM, that men are frequently unnerved by influential female characters.

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Ghanaian female telecaster, Oheneyere Gifty Anti.

As indicated by her, the circumstance stems from biased philosophical principles and teachings made towards women who attain high positions of power. Talking further, she said individuals have generalized ladies into a classification that isn’t an orientation burdened quality. The anchor of the intellectual show known as Standpoint, so vehemently stated.

“People have this perception that powerful women, confident women, and successful women are rude. Listen, I always say those are characters,” the renowned media journalist said.

“We all have different characters. So maybe poverty was suppressing their rudeness. And it’s in men, it’s in women. We’ve seen it all,” she elaborated onward.

Magnifying the details of her argument, she said we ought to observe how government officials act in the wake of winning electoral races.

Validating her perspective on the focus point, she said, “We’ve seen people when they are low, especially political leaders when they are campaigning. After they secure power, they act differently. It cuts across both men and women. But some people are not changed by their situations.”

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Oheneyere Gifty Anti.

Oheneyere Gifty Anti additionally conceded to the notion that one might have to expect specific ways of behavioral tendencies and attitudinal changes, as it comes with their new circumstances and rise in social hierarchy.

Exerting emphasis on that point of importance, she pointed out by saying, “Of course, when you find yourself in a certain position, there are certain barriers you need to put in place because you need to protect yourself. You need to check yourself and the interest of the people you represent.”

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