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African Women Voices

What makes a ‘real African’? | Maaza Mengiste | Comment is free | The Guardian

It seems that every new writer with any remote connection to the continent of Africa, either willingly or unwillingly, has first to wrestle with this question of identity before talking about … Continue reading

31 July 2015 · Leave a comment

Ever Heard of the Virginity Test?

I have heard and watched scaring things about the treatment of women when it comes to their virginity. Some information were passed to me through the Iranian literature which I … Continue reading

26 May 2015 · 6 Comments

Also Men Can Cry

How is it that men are supposed to protect the undefended women of the world? Why do we need so many superheroes, as handsome as they can appear, to make … Continue reading

28 April 2015 · Leave a comment

How many women, foreigners and diverse people are in newsrooms?

Dear All, I haven’t disappeared nor I forgot about Balobeshayi and all of you who read it. I’ve been working on few projects, one of which you can find below. … Continue reading

23 April 2015 · Leave a comment