DOES SOCIETY VALUE CARS MORE THAN WOMEN?


A little collaboration. Hope you enjoy the read ☺.

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Introduction

I have the rare privilege of working on this topic with Josephine Amoako, a blogger I admire and respect so much for her exceptional writing prowess and depth. Hopefully this will be one of many collaboration between us. Join us now for this interesting discussion:

The Way Josephine Sees it

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The first time you read the caption, I’m sure you had a ready answer and even wondering why the question was asked in the first place. But before taking an entrenched position on it, pause and think about it for a minute. One is an inanimate object, the other a living being! How could one think of comparing their values? Ideally, we shouldn’t but when you take a critical look at how society works, you might begin to see how come the question came about in the first place.

In a society such as ours where one’s prestige and…

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. iKomusana says:

    Thank you for participating in writing it

    Liked by 1 person

    1. joseyphina says:

      My pleasure. Thanks for reading ☺

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Ufuomaee says:

    It’s funny that many guys will say as their defence that they work so hard for and on their cars so they can get and keep a woman! And those who can afford it do trade their cars as soon as an upgrade is available. So one might say that the main comparison between women and cars is that they are both treated as commodities… but women shouldn’t be treated as such or compared to cars truly. Good and real men who find a good woman do invest in building her up and keeping her in their lives. But boys will always play with toys and treat women as one of their possessions…

    My two cents.

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    1. joseyphina says:

      You’re very right, Ufuomaee. It’s about time boys grew up to become men and women went in for men and not boys…

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