King Women, Good Men

We’ve all been watching the King Women series – they’re amazing.

After watching all the interviews I noticed most of these women have something in common, great partners. They all talked about how supportive their partners are and how it played a huge part in their success.

This really got me thinking…

Is it the same qualities that contributed to the women’s success that guided them to picking the right men? The right men for them.

Did they have such strong personalities and intelligence that it earned them the respect of their men?

Are men more supportive of women who are focused and strong-willed?

Do men only see women as partners or equals when they are “financially successful”?

Is there an element of luck?

Is there a religious aspect?

Were they picked specifically for this interview to suit the Nigerian audience because they are the successful women that also have the family balance?

Or in the end are they just like most Nigerian women that hide the struggles of relationships?

Honestly, I hope its the first point.

One thought on “King Women, Good Men

  1. Firstly, even relationships that fail might have ended up like all of those you’ve seen and think are cool

    You know, maybe although they married good supportive men, they all had to work through a lot of shit

    Also, The way they work hard at ideas is probably how they work hard at relationships

    Like issues an average woman might give in to or give up on

    And if you think of it, the men who were attracted to such women anyway, might most likely have been very assured themselves, without the insecurities

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