You can call me a dancer, a model, an actor, a traveler or anything that you like because I will become that one day!
You can easily fill in the blanks if I ask what’s after- Teri maa ki… or teri behen ki.
Small, big, or asymmetrical, most of us don’t feel satisfied with our breast size. Women of color are even body shamed for not having perfect breasts. I believe all breasts are rad.
We, women, have to take care of us. No one is going to fight for you: a candle marches, protests and you are forgotten!
These words should haunt you. Like it does to me. Voices from women within Afghanistan !
We don’t foresee a bloodbath in the twenty-first century, but the question is what will be the breadth of women’s rights legislation. Is there a limit to how far it can go?
For how long should women face such torturous days? For how long the patriarchal culture will oppress women of color?
A girl slapping a cab driver RUTHLESSLY in the middle of the road in front of hundreds of people! Do we call this equality or torture?
What it means for a woman in her own country, trapped, suffocated, forced and far from free on Independence Day !
Idealising women and romanticising them for sacrifices that they made because of their own choices is problematic.