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Nakedness or Fully dressed? Who makes the choices?

It was a rough ride from my work place towards home because the rains had just poured in the city.And as is the case in the city ,the rains usually dictate the prices of commodities such as bus fare,u … Read More»

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Educating Women Instead of Pursuing Warfare

Many Afghan youths around the world are trying hard for bringing about change in Afghanistan. Suddenly, these glittering minded Afghans’ hopes are vanished just by arriving in Afghanistan. … Read More»

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My Position As A Muslim Feminist: a Kind of Online Activism

I am an active person. I am always movign around something. I have a work as translator for a publishing house and also I make free-lance job (your requests are very wellcome). … Read More»

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Lost religions...

PLEASE DO NOT BOTHER TALKING TO ME ABOUT RELIGION, CAUSE YOU WILL FIND YOURSELF WAISTING TIME. … Read More»

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The stoning of Soraya

Last night I watched for the first time the heartrending film called ‘The stoning of Soraya.' I am still feeling the pain in my heart which I felt as I watched this film. … Read More»

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I woman

I woman Where I come from, I am not just myself I am a bunch of identities I am my father and mother’s daughter Sister to my 5 siblings Aunt to my 11 nieces and 1 nephew … Read More»

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5 minutes with Iranian women: Gang rapes in Iran cause fear and religious controversy

Recent reports of gang rapes in Iran are worrying women and raising questions about social values, reports Mohammad Manzarpour of the BBC Persian Service. … Read More»

Voices of Our Future

BRAZIL: Time to Break the Silence on Abortion

When her father was excommunicated from the Catholic Church for performing a potentially life-saving abortion on a 9-year-old girl, Thais Moraes recognized the need to open up discussion on abortion in Brazil. Read More »

"The archbishop affirmed that rape was a dreadful sin. But abortion, he said, was even worse."

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Italy, homophoby and

Some weeks ago, the Swedish multinational Ikea aired an ad campaign aimed at "families of any kind", including homosexual ones. … Read More»

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