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KINORU OWEN: Men, it's okay not to be okay, open up

It's better to be a laughing stock instead of living a miserable and depressed life

In Summary

•The average rate of men assessed as victims of domestic violence in Kenya has risen to 44 per cent compared to that of women at 45 per cent.

•This is according to research by the Demographic Health Survey Program and the National Gender and Equality Commission.

In today’s society, men tend to be judged more than women even without listening to their side of the story or getting to know the reasons behind their wrongdoing.

It has become so much ...