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2011 VOF Week 2

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I could feel the wetness in my pants, it had happened again. My monthly flow had once again embarrassed me at a time when I hadn’t a dime to buy toilet tissue to pad myself. … Read More»

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I speak for myself

Growing up in Zambia, a girl child is told not to speak until spoken to, especially by the father. … Read More»

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The story of a dream catcher

When you ask someone to tell their story, they aren’t always sure from where to start. I kept pondering on this question for some time until I finally started writing. Here is my story: … Read More»

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Though I was born into this world as a complete child, from my age of two I was suffering with a kidney disease. Doctors have told my parent to give up hopes of me. … Read More»

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My journey to the world pulse is one I would call "the safest ride" I have ever embarked on. … Read More»

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On a Quest....

On a Quest ... … Read More»

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“Why did you have to waste an engineering seat in college if you wanted to become a journalist?” … Read More»

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Hallo! I am Laolu; I am NOT my Diabetes.

It has taken me a while to decide where to begin my story from and in the end; I choose to start from the middle. To start from the point that has brought me to this point - here. … Read More»

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My story

I am an Egyptian girl and I have a 19-year student at the Faculty of Information, I am an ambitious person and I love the process of helping others like what they did with me and become who I am, so t … Read More»

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A Journey called ME

Me a name I call myself... A journey to find ‘me’ began a good 24 years ago and I have stopped looking. … Read More»

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