Introducing myself and my journal: Beyond Stereotype
When I first heard and learned the word "Stereotype", I started to hate it. The more I studied gender studies in my classes, the more the stereotype thing came up in front of my eyes. I hate it when people say that women are meant to be at home. No matter how educated a women is, at one point or the other, she's bound to admit her destiny, which is to be at home and as much as possible and serve her family. I live in a society, where a girl is bound to get married and if she is late for it, then she won't get a good proposal. I live in a society, where girls are not allowed to make friendship with boys and roam with them. But the good news is, I belong to a open-minded family. I am allowed to hang out with my male friends and even invite them in my birthday parties no matter what the soceity says. I have also been given the freedom to choose my lifepartner and the time to get married. What makes me worried is, still I HAVE to marry someday. Just waiting for the day, when people, especially girls will start to think differently and take decesions by themselves.
Literature, creative writing, photography, and leadership
to make a difference and think out of the box
My Vision for the Future:
to be a successful leader, serve the nation as well as the worl, and to make my parents proud of me.
My Areas of Expertise:
Blogging, photography, social work, community teaching, photo editing