in

Beverly Naya Advocates for More Emotional Vulnerability in Nigerian Men

Beverly Naya

Beverly Naya, the renowned Nollywood actress, expressed her desire for Nigerian men to be more emotionally open, stating that she wished they were as in touch with their feelings as women are.

According to her, Nigerian men often perceive emotional vulnerability as a weakness due to societal conditioning.

In a recent interview with actor Efa Iwara, Naya shared her thoughts on what she would like to see changed about men.

ATTENTION: Click HERE to join our WhatsApp group and receive News updates directly on your WhatsApp!

“I wished men were more in touch with their emotions like women are. And vulnerable, women appreciate that so much.

“One thing I have noticed is that when a man is able to be vulnerable with a woman and can’t explain how and when it happened, he’s in love with that woman. It’s done [laughs].

“I wished that men would just be more vulnerable more often without feeling judged for it or embarrassed for being vulnerable.

“I feel like men, essentially Nigerian men are conditioned to believe that vulnerability is a sign of weakness. And I don’t agree with that.

“So, I would love that to change. I would love for men to embrace their vulnerable and sensitive sides a lot more.”

Leave a Reply

Rick Ross and Burna Boy

Rick Ross Ranks Burna Boy as the Best African Artist of All Time, Followed by Akon and AKA

Joe Aribo

Southampton Coach Russell Martin Lauds Joe Aribo Heroics in Dramatic Win