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Pushing My Way into the Digital World

As he walked toward the door, to leave for work, I ran toward him. "Daddy, can I now get the money?" I asked "Money for what?" He retorted … Read More»

How the Web Changed my Life!

I walk into the cyber café, get to the attendant and purchase time. Sometimes, it is one hour, sometimes two or three… it depends on how full my wallet is that day. … Read More»

Daughters Only: The Stigma and the Cure

I am on Facebook, looking at my newsfeed. As I scroll down, I notice a friend’s post in which she thanks God for the birth of her “prince”. She had three daughters before finally getting a son. … Read More»

My Letter to the Ministry of Women's Empowerment and the Family, Cameroon

Dear Minister of Women's Empowerment and the Family, I salute your efforts in making Cameroon more homely for women. … Read More»


Dear sisters, … Read More»

Why The Practice of Polygamy Should End

When I was about to get married, the mayor at the civil status registry here in Cameroon asked if my fiancé and I would choose monogamy or polygamy. … Read More»

Resistance Is Power: How I Fought For My Religious Freedom

He ran toward me and pounded my shoulders with his fists. He slapped, kicked and yelled at me. “What is your problem?” he screamed. “You have to leave that church!” … Read More»

A Young Activist Carries On a Legacy of Women’s Empowerment

“Carve your name on hearts, not tombstones. A legacy is etched into the minds of others and the stories they share about you.” ~ Shannon L. Alder … Read More»

Poorest Grave

Someone said the richest places on earth are graveyards. This is because in them lie books that were never written, stories that were never told and great minds that were suppressed. … Read More»

Why am I not in school too?

Pijinu was born and spent her early years in a village called Bambalang in the North Western region of Cameroon. … Read More»

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