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Dear Mormon men, please stop calling your wives angels

Source: Religion News Service

By Jana Riess | 22 hours ago

A guest post by Mette Harrison

Recently I was at a church meeting where a general authority talked about how much more spiritually advanced his wife was. 101 more words

The Muslim Times


Kathleen Wynne – known in Canada for being an outspoken lesbian and feminist – reportedly visited a mosque in an effort to show solidarity with Canada’s Muslim community after an attacker shot and killed six people at a Mosque in Quebec.

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Clandestine Attitudes by Rima, Tunisia.

This is a series of pictures taken from different hidden parts of an Arab girl’s diary.
Most women I have known in my country are having two or even three parallel lives so that they can satisfy their family and the society’s expectation and then a “clandestino” life where a woman can think about herself and do what makes her happy without offending our macho society, just out of their sight… 50 more words


Some… with no celebration

Recently, we celebrated Women’s Day and many countries joined applauding women’s achievements, recognizing our contribution in different areas of human development. In social media, there were beautiful messages and encouraging words for us, and on the streets big demonstrations claiming equality and justice for women around the world. 486 more words


By  Dr Moin Qazi

One of the Islamic symbols that has been engaging great attention of the western world is the veil –the hijab (Muslim tradition of veiling a scarf wrapped tightly around the heads to conceal every wisp of hair). 1,069 more words


Zinneb graduated in rights 4 years ago, and still can't find a job.

Graduated in rights 4y ago, polyglot, she can’t find a job because of her #Hijab. This is her story. Details on https://t.co/B2cTr9ZwyQ pic.twitter.com/3kbLS1FAHE

— VERSATILE WOMEN (@versatilewomen) …

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Women & Career breaks

I have worked about 7 years in total from 17 to 38 years old. And it has dawn on me just how much people look down on the unemployed and women in general. 456 more words