In the 2018 form of Africa, many trusts we are torn between how to remain consistent with the way of life and customs of our progenitors and how to grasp new age independence and women's liberation. 

Koketso Mophuting is a lady with a voice, and she intends to utilise it entirely, regardless of who it might annoy up. Her first theme to handle? Prostitution and ladies' s.e.xual opportunity.

Propelled by the ongoing discussions via web-based networking media around kill rulers and adultery in Mzansi, the Botswana-conceived performer has taken a disliked remain on the issue.

The performing artist left numerously stunned after she posted a piece via web-based networking media in which she clarifies why she supposes ladies would be in an ideal situation being whores in a world that enables them to rehearse s.e.xual opportunity.

In a visit with TshisaLIVE Koketso clarified what realised the #DoYouBoo battle that she has started. The crusade will handle the unthinkable issues ladies and men in Africa are looked with yet scarcely examine.

You took to your social media to share a video under the #DoYouBoo that has left many eyebrows raised in Mzansi because you call on people to stop judging women who prostitute themselves. Why?

Firstly, to PROSTITUTE: /ˈprɒstɪtjuːt/ means one who sells their time and energy in exchange for money.

So, it doesn’t always mean s.e.x.

Okay, but mainly looking at prostitution as “transactional s.e.x” (as it was interpreted by many), why are you asking people to reconsider their take on “prostitution” being a bad thing for women?

Well, people are always influenced by their personal circumstances, and the harsh reality is you don’t choose your items, but you can always select your reaction towards it.

In recent weeks we have seen the unfair, unjust and prejudice of a few socially successful, young black South African women. Women who I believe have strategically placed their brands around good business opportunities that help them earn an honest livelihood.

These women have been accused of damning allegations and have had their characters assassinated on social media, yet no publication, social space or broadcaster has given them a platform to address these damaging allegations of human trafficking and high-end prostitution. Nothing is degrading about a man who sleeps his way to the top, but women are crucified for the same actions.

So why did you choose to speak about this?

The #DoYouBoo campaign is a full representation of who I am: an artist who is fully embracing herself, non-conformist, pro-women liberation and most importantly, an individual who speaks openly about critical issues and topics that are always swept under the carpet because they are not pro-men.

What do you have to say to people that speak your message has adverse outcomes for young girls, especially those looking to you as a role model?

The word “negative” is on the vague side since it doesn’t necessarily point to specific opinions or views. The common factors which promote prostitution tend to involve a lack of self-belief and confidence, which is what #DoYouBoo is going against.

#DoYouBoo aims to inspire power in women to be their best. I am merely encouraging young women to be in control of their sexuality and not leave it up to fate, lest they find themselves giving away their power.
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Source: Times Live