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Do those African women, who strip themselves publicly naked, think about their children?

Updated on March 04, 2021, Jolof
Do those African women, who strip themselves publicly naked, think about their children?

You can do well otherwise without having to show off completely naked to the world. It’s up to you to judge what you want to do with your life!

Some people calling themselves “liberals” or even “open minded” who will read this article will perhaps say ... “Everyone should live their life the way they feel it.” Which I totally approve, because only God has the right to judge and will judge each of us according to our actions... at least, that the conviction of those who believe in God.

But that is not the question. The real question is to know whether the fact of wanting to “live your life as you wish” means to make your children or grandchildren experience what they’ve never asked for: shame and regret when they realize that their mother or grandmother represented, in the eyes of their friends and the world, nothing other than a simple “sexual object” with no value and that no one can respect.

The reality today shows us that to be successful in modeling, women often have to strip completely naked at least once in their career. The “success” or “fame” of some African models compared to their sisters, make some think that nudity has become an essential criterion to succeed and / or become an international top model. This is the case with many African women, no need to name names. However, these images found on the Internet are very likely to remain there for decades to come and will thus be accessible to the whole world, and therefore to the children and grandchildren of these models, but especially to their friends.

Are they really aware of their choice, would they really like to get married tomorrow, start a family, have children and give them a good education. Maybe not for some of them, maybe yes? In any case, if one of their ambition is to start a family tomorrow, they must learn to think of their children too, because the image of their mother as well as the opinion of others towards the one who brought them in the world mean a lot to them. Any child would like to be and remain proud of their mother.

An African woman who strips off today as a model, will grow older and become a “Jongoma” (Mature Woman in Senegalese dialect) who will dress properly, her body well covered and will walk around in baptisms, funerals, etc. Later, she will become an old lady who will spend more time in the mosque or at Church, or on her prayer mat and will start giving advice to her little women... The problem is that at that time, she will have no credibility in front of the latter that will look at their grandmother only as this simple sexual object which stripped itself completely naked to make money. These women will thus risk taking the path that their grandmother or their own mother traced so well for them: a path where nudity represents no value and where everything is allowed to make a fortune.

Our African tradition is not that of the West. In Africa, tradition does not expect a child to see their mother or even grandmother completely naked... because this nudity is internationalized and is also becoming accessible to anyone. It then becomes imperative to think before taking this easy route, because children matter too. Wanting to succeed does not mean condemning your children to live a permanent nightmare and shame that they have ignored until then.

You can do well otherwise without having to show off completely naked to the world. It’s up to you to judge what you want to do with your life!





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