Nigerian men see being vulnerable as a sign of weakness —Actress Beverly Naya

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Talented Nollywood actress Beverly Naya has taken to her social media account to declare that Nigerian men see being vulnerable as a sign of weakness.

The UK-born thespian said that she wishes that men were able to be more vulnerable and open without feeling judged for it or embarrassed for being vulnerable.

Beverly also stated that she feels like Nigerian men are conditioned to see vulnerability as a sign of weakness, and she doesn’t agree with that and would love that to change.

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She said, “I wish men were more in touch with their emotions like women are… and vulnerable, like women appreciate that so much.

One thing I’ve noticed is that when a man is able to be vulnerable with a woman, and can’t explain when or how it happened, he’s in love with that woman, it’s done, and he’s gone.

‘‘But I wish that men were able to be more vulnerable and open without feeling judged for it or embarrassed for being vulnerable.

I feel like Nigerian men are conditioned to see vulnerability as a sign of weakness, and I don’t agree with that, so I would love that to change, and I would love for men to just embrace their vulnerable and sensitive side more.”

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