By: Senayt Gaim Everyone is unique but the media has led us to believe that a beautiful woman should have one type of body, the type we see on the covers of magazines. Instead of wanting to change your body type… Continue Reading
By: Aniesha Brahma I have lived in Kolkata, India for the last twenty-six years. I saw my city change from a sleepy, safe haven to a pretty unsafe city. Once upon a time taking a cab alone for a woman at… Continue Reading
By: Manon Van Doeselaar Den Hartog All my life, I have only known prosperity. Given the circumstances I grew up and live in, there is no way I could ever really understand what a Syrian refugee, or any refugee for… Continue Reading
By Senayt Gaim Why are these spiritual cousins always in conflict? Christianity and Islam Why are these spiritual cousins always in conflict? The history of Islam and Christianity – breaking modern misconceptions about the religions. Christianity and Islam are… Continue Reading
By Senayt Gaim What is the exact meaning of meditation and how does prayer relate? The word meditation has been used in many different ways; “I’m going to mediate on that thought for a while”; “I mediate when I… Continue Reading
By Billie Tomlinson Reducing a woman to her body parts is a precursor to her bodily violation.
By Senayt Gaim Classic Style Tips for all body shapes How many times has this happened to you? You find the perfect dress in a magazine- run and buy it, then realize it looks horrible on you. You wonder how this beautiful… Continue Reading
By YaYa Marin Coleman Afrikan Wombman in Belize Mawning Empress (Morning Empress), Top Ah Di Day Queen (Top of the Day Queen), Respect Sistren (Respect Sister), Evening Ras.(Evening Rastafarian). These daily greetings from children, youths, brothers, sisters, and elders… Continue Reading
By Sunni Dawson Notes from a solo world traveller People who meet me describe me as a friendly, positive person with a larger than life personality… and I guess most days I am. This day was a little different…… Continue Reading
In 1893, women in New Zealand won the right to vote. Women in the United States had to wait until 1920. In Sudan, it was 1964; in Namibia, 1989; and in Qatar, 2003. Today was Saudi Arabia’s turn.