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Leggings in Kenya for “the sake of equality,” then, are people who need this special privilege â€” and, more often than not, their fellow citizens are treated unfairly. These days, African women, African men and Africans living and working in Africa, as well as those going back to their countries as refugees or citizens, may face prejudice, discrimination, and hostility for any perceived gender expression, regardless of whether they’re African, a foreigner, a refugee, or an Ethiopian.
We must act to ensure that our laws and our civil and human rights are in line with how women, African women, Africans, and all other human beings on this planet are treated. A culture of impunity and discrimination can only continue and prosper when we don’t treat and uphold the rights of all in the context of a culture of equal opportunity to a global community and in the context of the rights and freedoms of all.