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Say NO

The one problem with us women is that we ‘feel’ and we don’t say NO. It is about saying NO to ourselves. That we will not tolerate any abuse, being treated weak and more so being denied our rights. … Read More»

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Breadwinners: Sri Lanka's war widows constantly search for a sustainable source of livelihood

Sri Lanka’s total population 20.27 million consists of 53% women (2/3 of total population) according to the latest census. More and more women are becoming breadwinners all over South Asia. … Read More»

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Watchmen of Vagina

be it 17 or 70, men are men and they can never gain confidence in themselves and refrain themselves from being a watch man for ‘Vagina’. … Read More»

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Fear of How Men Look At my Women (as Sluts)

It's sad to see so many cases of women sexual abuse is happening in India. … Read More»

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So grateful to be home again after a while away. There is a comfort in the familiar. Watching short, chubby arms encircle missed toys. … Read More»

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Hunting and Gathering

Just because I'm not around, doesn't mean I am down. Hardly ever that! … Read More»

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I Began to weave my net family.

I thought of how to speak our first meeting. I heard the sound of speech, some words I understood. My nieces have helped me with Skype and I´ talk about the wordPulse . … Read More»

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TV invasion

"Shut up! I want to listen to that debate in that Chanel"..everyone is quite, everyone is watching the great debate.After a while there is an advertising break. … Read More»

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The War Took: Hope

There were happy days. I know because of the stories. The generation before, they lived through these good days. Fear was foreign, patriotism bloomed, and foreigners were coming for vacations. … Read More»

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"My ambition", my pride

In the society in which I grew up, women are supposed to take a back seat in everything. So, it came as a shock to my older brother when as teenagers, I refused to be suppressed. … Read More»

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