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The Schadenfreude of Leeza Ormsby by Jonathan Marshall - Woman's Day Journalist.

Schadenfreude means ‘pleasure derived from the misfortunes of others’. Its rears its ugly head often in popular culture and in the media. Without it – content for tabloid journalists and The Murdoch press would be thin on the ground. 747 more words

Jonathan Marshall

Greetings: Happy Kartini's Day

Who says women has no power?
Who says women has no chance?
Who says women are weak?
Who says women no need education?

Its your turn. 30 more words

Fahmida Riaz at IAWRT Seminar 'Hum Gunahgaar Auratein' on March 8

Tum bilkul hum jaisey nikley
Aab tak Kahan chupay thay bhai
Voh moorkhta, voh ghaamarpan jis mai hum nay sadian gawaeen
Aakhir pahunchi dua tumhaari… 821 more words

The Feminist

Most Influential\Important Women in my Life

Whatever I’m (and I’m not) is the sum of all the influences and my reactions to what happened to me throughout my life journey. There are many persons from whom I have learnt how to be and how not to be. 455 more words


15 Important Muslim Women in History

Dear readers,

Peace be with you all, I just came across this and  I couldn’t but share it :)

Sometimes, one gets rather tired of the misconception of women in Islam…not just from non-Muslims. 35 more words

Current Affairs

Women's Day: The difference between women's rights and roles

A month ago, on 8 March 2014, it was International Women’s Day. As the day came and went, I mulled over its significance and its importance. 883 more words


Chinese Holidays, Part 1

The Spring Festival (or Chinese New Year or Lunar New Year) is a huge celebration much like Christmas for Westerners that symbolizes the start of the new year and the arrival of spring. 305 more words