A novel about saying no to social injustice and also focuses on themes of family and family relationships.
I wondered if I was doing something wrong.
For a fantasy podcast, it's more real than you'd think.
The doctor ended the meeting by turning to my boyfriend and stating, "don't leave her, the poor girl," - as if I wasn't standing right in front of him.
I tried to hide my shock. But what else could I do in that situation?
After organizing a successful march that nearly half a million people attended, she is now under attack by the far-right.
There were no women working in the top hierarchies in these companies.
I'm starting to think that there's no such thing as a definite “coming-of-age” moment.
One day, I woke up and didn’t recognize who I was anymore. I lost me in pursuit of saying yes to everyone else.
Good lord. Not this again.
We all had to start somewhere, and sometimes those origins are a little less than glamorous.
How could I, a hijabi, not feel proud of this girl for her statement?