This is a series of pictures taken from different hidden parts of an Arab girl’s diary. Most women I have known in my country are having two or even three parallel lives so that they can satisfy their family and the society's expectation and then a "clandestino" life where a woman can think about herself … Continue reading Clandestine Attitudes by Rima, Tunisia.
Like veterans of war, women will exchange stories of stitches, scars, pain, and heroism. The way men recount their wartime experiences, exchanging tales of bravery and perhaps near fatal operations, is the way women will tell their birthing stories. I would like to share mine. A gush of water was when I knew the journey … Continue reading A Woman’s Battlefield by Sacha Gorelik, Israel
In times of justice emergency we need to ally, we must act. Today I marched with my global community. I marched by your side today not because we are women or because, like me, you are Jewish . I didn't march by your side because your skin is the same color as my skin or … Continue reading STRONGER TOGETHER by Sarah Perle, Israel
I remember when I was a child; a friend of mine came to my house full of delight and excitement. She told me that her mother is waiting for a new baby. I congratulated her but remarked that she was 9 years old and she is plenty older and that she wouldn’t be able to … Continue reading Things that changed my vision of life as a child by Rima, Tunisia
In a world when our rights have been nominated dreams. I am dreaming of this day, where there is no violence, no looks of desire, and no sexual harassment anymore. A world where I can dress nicely and properly, a world where I can apply my favorite lipstick color, a world where I can speak … Continue reading Harassment: It must come to an end by Elarif Rkia, Morocco