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tolulopeola2003's picture

The Plight of a Girl-Child

The cold harmattan winds of November does blow, On a Monday morning, when all was set for work, It was announced, a girl-child has been delivered, The words came, clear and distinct, … Read More»

Maya Norton's picture

Through My Pen I Speak: Words of Former Gang Members

In large loopy lines that skip across the page, a 13 year old girl bends her head and curls her hand to shield the letters on the once-pale parchment. … Read More»

calupo's picture

I AM ME!

Growing up was fun, Being the first child and grandchild. You have attention of every body Except from one person, Grandma. Strange, isn’t it? Soon I realize Mom and Grandma … Read More»

TinaN's picture

The speaker in me

She disappeared around the corner, “must be her baby sister, “I told myself. … Read More»

FatimaDamulak's picture

The Journey of Passions

Growing up in the middle belt region (Jos, Plateau) of Nigeria, I had the assumption that life was sweet and everyone was comfortable and happy. … Read More»

Leedjia's picture

descriptions not definitions!

In my life there have been moments. Some of these moments seemed insignificant at the time, while others, they were despicable. … Read More»

neetak's picture

Say NO

The one problem with us women is that we ‘feel’ and we don’t say NO. It is about saying NO to ourselves. That we will not tolerate any abuse, being treated weak and more so being denied our rights. … Read More»

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The poem: We are Amazing (By Carnia Adams, aged 12 years old)

I shared my connection to Worldpulse with my daughter and told her about the poem we're to write. I never did write one before. … Read More»

MyrtleG's picture

My Story, my Responsibility

I have been pondering on how to share my personal experience of abuse, in a way that does not reflect the pain and confusion I had to endure. … Read More»

Jeanne N's picture

My Epiphanies: My Awakening

My journey with women empowerment could be dated back since I was born. In our family, our personal empowerment is as important as respect for elders. … Read More»

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