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Celebrating Feminism

Living in country of Pakistan the land of four seasons and unique fruit is not less than a blessing. But when it comes to women and the condition of women in Pakistan, it’s not wrong to say that its one of the most dangerous country for women. Every third women in Pakistan once in her life time was subjected to domestic violence. As we see this side of women where women are helpless and living miserable life. There is another side as well which we do not encourage that is the side where women celebrating what they are thus celebrating feminism. Each of the women in these photographs has a story to tell. The story of real super heroes “The Sheroes”. Starting from the
My world My Courage (The first picture)
This picture tells about a young girl taking part in a debating competition. She is not afraid to face the society and confidently delivering her speech with the body actions expressing strength and courage.
Smile is my makeup (The second picture)
A small girl from slum community in Pakistan dressed up in warm cloths giving a flawless smile to the camera. She doesn’t care of what she has not but she cares that she has this moment to live without the fear of future. She is happy to see the camera and she is welcoming it with a smile of a princess.
Fearless World of dreams (The Third Picture)
A young girl of small community filling air in the balloon. She is giving her al power to fill the air in that balloon which is the only toy available to her. Looking at her passion and energy it makes me think that why can’t we be like her? We give up so easily on things when we have so many resources present and in her case she has nothing much but she is giving her best to what she has.
Not Afraid (The Fourth Picture)
A girl holding mobile phone in her hand and ready to face the cold and male dominant society of Pakistan without any fear
From a Journalist to a Model (The Fifth Picture)
Sara Shams a student of Bachelors in Media studies and she loves modeling. She is a princess in herself. She is creative, innovative and hardworking.
The Culture of lost valley (The Sixth Picture)
Mariam Azeem is a human right activist, master trainer and women of her own choices. She is wearing traditional cap of Baluchistan. Baluchistan the land of brave people and brave women but currently one of the most dangerous place of Pakistan.
Educated women = Educated World (The Seventh Picture)
Educate a woman, educate a nation. A picture of thousand words. This picture shows a woman teaching team work during training. We need more women like her. We need more mentors like her.
An Untold Story of Strength (The Eighth Picture)
Natasha a human right activist, women activist and a courageous girl from the land of Malala Yousafzai. She was born and raised in the valley of SWAT which is considered the most dangerous place for girls. She stood up for girl’s education. She is a proud daughter and a fearless leader. Leading girls towards success.
The Afghan Mona Lisa (The Ninth Picture)
This picture is my favorite of all. An Afghan refuge girl wearing “Dupata” a shawl on her head looking straight into camera with a unique eye color. Her face shows the hardships she must have faced in such a little age.
Every penny counts (The Tenth Picture)
A small girl in a down town market of the capital city of Pakistan is selling shoes and dealing with the customer. Her contribution towards her family’s economy can help her little brother and sisters to sleep with full stomach at night. She has the sense of responsibility at such a young age. Her every penny is a hope towards a better future for her family.
The strength these women have shown is not less than the soldiers of battle fields. Showing the strong side of women encourages other women to be like them. To stand up and face the challenges. Do not hide beside the people who claims to protect you but in reality suppress you. Let them know that we have a free soul, a free mind and a free body.


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