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Contributors

Unveiling The Shame Of The “Whore” In Arab Culture


Unveiling The Shame Of The “Whore” In Arab Culture


By Farida D. When I was in high school, each year a “List of Whores” would secretly circulate in the locker rooms. The list included names of girls in our […]

Today's Wonder Women

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Pioneer Arab Feminist Gender Researcher Having Vital Dialog About Sex & Consent With Arab Women

This is the second article in a new series we launched last week on the site called Today’s Wonder Women – designed to celebrate the inspiring, impactful, empowering and extraordinary […]

Contributors, Girl on a Mission

‘Rants Of A Rebel Arab Feminist’ Book Shows The Danger Of Falling In Love In An Arab Land

‘Rants Of A Rebel Arab Feminist’ Book Shows The Danger Of Falling In Love In An Arab Land

By Farida D. Our society does not recognize love. It is a corrupted concept imported from the western world, manifested in Hollywood movies. You are arrested if you are caught […]

Sports

Meet The First All-Female Arab Climbing Team Set To Conquer Mount Everest

Meet The First All-Female Arab Climbing Team Set To Conquer Mount Everest

For some, the phrase “conquering mountains” is metaphorical. In the case of a group of women who are set to make history, the phrase is literal. Five Jordanian women who […]

Sports

Meet The Women Leading The Roller Derby Revival In Egypt, Challenging Perceptions Of Arab Women

Meet The Women Leading The Roller Derby Revival In Egypt, Challenging Perceptions Of Arab Women

If there’s a story about female empowerment through sport, especially when it is about breaking stereotypes or cultural barriers, you can be sure we will be covering it! Although we […]

Politics

How The Arab Spring Enabled Daring Young Arab Women To Pursue Education

How The Arab Spring Enabled Daring Young Arab Women To Pursue Education

Many of us are familiar with the “Arab Spring” revolution which started toward the end of 2010 and swept many countries in the Arab region, as well as North Africa. […]