In the wake of Rabi Pirzada, I am thinking of Qandeel Baloch
The existing system of patriarchy allows men to manipulate the movement to maintain their favorable position.
A novel about saying no to social injustice and also focuses on themes of family and family relationships.
A white woman wearing traditional Eastern clothes ignities praise–while Pakistani women continue to be degraded.
It's a painfully beautiful novel that celebrates heroism, courage, and the resilience of women who fight in war.
Sometimes, independence comes with a price too expensive to bear.
It's not surprising then, that a woman who seeks a wedding blessing from this monster.... well, is a monster herself.
Kashmir deserves better than constant state repression, and the world needs to know what is going on.
Body positivity in the fashion industry can strengthen our journeys of self-love.
I still think about him, even if I don't want to. And I don't think that'll ever change.
I wasn't allowed to study abroad because 'I am a girl' they said.
I refuse to live in a world where I hear stories of women being lit on fire because they’ve been attacked and reported it to the police.