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Fear of the Feminine

For us, as women, much of the world we live in represents the masculine energy of our leaders, rulers, family members. … Read More»

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Hold my hand. Let me go

Amongst all the voices in my head that clamored to be heard, the one I searched for could not be. That of my own heart. … Read More»

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My grandmother’s hands are not very pretty. They are square, rough and somewhat pudgy with short nails. They are the hands of a woman who will do what must be done. She is not a romantic. … Read More»

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Holding Hands

To the Principal of Girls’ Secondary School, Orlu, there was no justification for my ambition. It was abnormal; she vehemently refused me admission regardless of my academic score. … Read More»

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"We are at a Crossroads" - Yannick Etienne on Sweatshops as a Development Model.

The U.S. and U.N. have based their plan for Haiti’s redevelopment on the expansion of the assembly industry. Toward this end, the U.S. … Read More»

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Ups and Downs of the Moroccan Family Code

The most important changes brought by the Moroccan new Family Code or Moudawana, are the protection of women’s rights, its support for gender equality and children’s rights. … Read More»

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In anticipation of the fifth hand

There were 4 hands in my life. … Read More»

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Life is precious, worth it!

A student but married, Nazmin Bagum has got A+ in her Secondary School Certificate (S.S.C) board exam 2010 from Amberkhana Girls’ High School and College, Sylhet, Bangladesh. … Read More»

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From Our Hands to Their ‘mineds’

I have a dream job. My job allows me to finance my education while providing the means to educate young women in the developing world. … Read More»

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