Guest Post: A Woman’S World and the Men in Between

A Woman’s World and the Men In-Between: Uplifting Novel Empowers Women to Thrive in Face of Adversity – Available at Amazon now!

‘A Woman’s World and the Men In-Between’ crushes through sex and gender stereotypes, proving that every human is equal, powerful and equipped to rise to any challenge. While fiction, this bold volume is poised and ready to change lives around the world. The experiences are fused with fiction to empower, uplift and teach readers that they are more resilient than they ever imagined.

Born Free

It doesn’t have to end this way.

It could be your grandmother, your mother, your aunt, your daughter or your granddaughter.

In the human race, we have a male and a female child. They are supposed to be born free and equal – not in the matter of biology or physical strength, but by the factors that define them as human beings.

However, many young girls and women have their feathers plucked before they are able to learn how to fly, rendering them powerless and hopeless. Their dignity and self-worth are stripped away. They are kept helpless by obstacles imposed on them by their culture, the men around them, and their women agents.

With any attempt they make to take baby steps and push themselves forward, they are pulled down and toppled over by those in power in order to silence them. They are tormented and left without a voice and the strength to fight back.

To some, servitude is for life. But those who manage to detangle themselves from the cultural yoke are likely to be unaware of what is on the horizon in their uncertain venture. They embark on the secret voyage of their lifetime, ready to tackle whatever is ahead of them. But their determination to break free does not come without risks, and the authorities do little to rescue them. Their gender becomes a curse and makes it harder for them to know where to turn.

A Woman’s World and the Men In-Between: Uplifting Novel Empowers Women to Thrive in Face of Adversity

‘A Woman’s World and the Men In-Between’ crushes through sex and gender stereotypes, proving that every human is equal, powerful and equipped to rise to any challenge. While fiction, this bold volume is poised and ready to change lives around the world. The experiences are fused with fiction to empower, uplift and teach readers that they are more resilient than they ever imagined.

Born Free

It doesn’t have to end this way.

It could be your grandmother, your mother, your aunt, your daughter or your granddaughter.

In the human race, we have a male and a female child. They are supposed to be born free and equal – not in the matter of biology or physical strength, but by the factors that define them as human beings.

However, many young girls and women have their feathers plucked before they are able to learn how to fly, rendering them powerless and hopeless. Their dignity and self-worth are stripped away. They are kept helpless by obstacles imposed on them by their culture, the men around them, and their women agents.

With any attempt they make to take baby steps and push themselves forward, they are pulled down and toppled over by those in power in order to silence them. They are tormented and left without a voice and the strength to fight back.

To some, servitude is for life. But those who manage to detangle themselves from the cultural yoke are likely to be unaware of what is on the horizon in their uncertain venture. They embark on the secret voyage of their lifetime, ready to tackle whatever is ahead of them. But their determination to break free does not come without risks, and the authorities do little to rescue them. Their gender becomes a curse and makes it harder for them to know where to turn.

Chapter 1

A Woman’s Journey

Many women’s lives are like the longest expedition full of obstacles, with some sweetness and some bitterness along the way as they seek for their queendom. They live with hope, determination, and the desire to overcome the barriers that subject them to remaining in their cocoons and obstruct them from becoming the butterflies they want to be. This desire is what inspires many of them to fight on for justice, look into the horizon, and strive to conquer the limitations that prohibit them from progressing in life. Their wish is to get to the other side of the hurdles to their free world and raise the hands up in the air and shout, “We have done it!

Jenny was not ready to conform to societal beliefs about women’s inferiority and customary norms. She knew that she was capable of making her own choices at a young age. It was as if she was born with a vision of rescuing women from the yoke that had been placed on them by men’s power and the control that brainwashed women’s minds in her village in savannah land in Kenya.

Removing blindfolds from women’s eyes, the tape that covered their mouths, and the chains that bound their hands and feet was what she strived to achieve. She believed she could inspire the women to have a voice and look at themselves and say in unison, “We are somebody. We can do it. Together we can conquer oppression, discrimination, and inequality of opportunities and have the same rights as men!” She felt failing to take her first step to freedom would have been like admitting defeat.

You can read the rest of the Chapter and Book now by buying on Amazon.

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