Gender equality, Racism, Feminism, Bigotry and its existence in society

August 16, 2016 OPINION/NEWS

Marius Tudor

 

By

Ogunniyi Abayomi

Polemic, controversial and diverse are words embedded with these terms that arouse the act of instability across a filthy world.

The political, religious and social atmosphere of the community has encountered much crises over misinterpreted views about human identity, gender difference, and acts of worship that have delved the attention of society to be turbulent rather than embracing the act of peace and comfort.

Ideology is sparse, we do not have the same mindset, our mode of worship is different yet your threat and actions endanger my right to express my opinions, views  and beliefs with no consideration for my life and colour.

The target of callous killings, you are inferior, I cannot shift this responsibility to your care nor can I respect a weaker being enraging our mind and dispossessing us to violent expression.

The story of a teenager killed unjustly because of skin colour in the name of skin discrimination and the incessant attack and bloodshed over religious ideology, draw our identity backwards and unjustly.

Our identity is negatively affected and charged by the act, nor do we inquire into what our responsibility can contribute to the development of a society that will enact a developed society.

Do you not ignore the knowledge of who we are? First you forgot that you are made up of flesh, blood and soul, nor do we remember our history and the foundation of our life.

The spiritual pilgrimage you neglected for the doom of evocating havoc toward your beliefs exposes your bereaved conscience which should be your guide.

Her responsibility to help and support you overlooks while you tend to neglect her to suffer under negligence.

Is this what paints society? Are we maligned by an atmosphere of class and struggle for identity under the vain knowledge and illusionary act?

We should tend to consider this for thought, yet we operate on the oblivious agenda that yields nothing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ogunniyi Abayomi

Ogunniyi Abayomi was born July 11, 1991 in the city of Lagos, where he resides. A poet and essayist whose works have been published in various journals.

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