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Finding my identity

I am born in France.

When I was younger, I wished to be from another country, another culture, another century even.

I kept thinking that I did not belong here. 163 more words

Life

Gone to meet the Women in the World

I’m taking a four-hour bus ride across the Yucatan Peninsula and then I’ll board a plane at Cancun airport to fly to New York.

My lovelies….this Thursday, April 3, 2014 I will be officially launching Camp Liza at the… 225 more words

Feminism

Women of the World Festival- March 2014 by Olivia Atkins

Women Of the World (WOW) Festival took place over the International Women’s Day weekend (5-9th March).

It was a hub of creativity and inspiration, as everybody in attendance was committed and excited to celebrate the incredible achievements of women and girls around the world. 388 more words

Feminism

Women of the World (WoW) Festival - annual, Southbank Centre

Yes, I’m aware the Women of the World festival was more than a week ago, if we’re going strictly by its start date, but I wanted to make this less a review and more a comment on the nature of the festival itself. 624 more words

Review

Body image, motherhood and Women of the World

Although my job involves standing in front of and talking to groups of teenagers all day, and despite the fact that in my youth I had dreams of a career in acting, I have never been a fan of public speaking. 859 more words

To all the bossy girls

You just don’t hear the word bossy used to describe men. It’s a word most often used as a negative trait describing a woman; a woman who might be being assertive or trying to lead. 1,030 more words

Nirbhaya: A Fearless Play on Sexual Violence

 

 

I remember watching “Kill Bill” with my father in our relative’s flat in Chennai once. I still remember that scene in the movie, where Uma Thurman is put into a coffin, and busts herself out of it. 425 more words

India