The digital age seems to rob wo/man of authenticity, originality and accepting things as they are. Every one is fighting to lead a life showcased on online platforms.
Very few have come out to insist that everyone needs to create their own space and feel comfortable in it, regardless what the world says.
A good example from closer home is renowned media personality, Janet Mbugua´s sense of fashion.
She dresses by her own rules, and every day is a different experience when it comes to her sense of fashion.
Giving an update to fans and followers, the Kenyan journalist expressed:
@brianbabu tried to get me smile but I was like ‘it’s early!’ ?
Headed to @ktn_kenya for an interview on the upcoming Menstrual Health Inclusion Conference (MHMConferenceKE) that will be taking place this Saturday the 8th of February at @trademarkhotel at the @the_village_market. I’ll be live on set from 8 am with Mike Gitonga. I’ll also have full panel details later today! Thanks again to those that have registered!
However, one of her online followers, a man to be specific – Riflekta, loved her style and dictated that that is how his wife should dress as well.
How I want my wife to be dressing. I told her to copy this.
A dear Janet Mbugua could not come to terms with the man´s demands, insisting to him that his wife should dress as she desires.
Your wife should be able to wear whatever she wants.