Tag Archives: women’s rights


Reflections On The Women’s March- Standing Up for What You Believe

On January 20th, Donald J. Trump took the presidential oath. On January 21st, we marched. Despite the name “Women’s March,” men, women, and children alike traveled miles and miles to Washington DC in order to make their voices heard. Some arrived by train, others by car, and others even by plane, however one thing was […]


Dear Entitle(MEN)t

Let me first say that I am not sorry for telling you ‘no.’ I am not sorry whatsoever for not giving you the power to dictate my body. I am not sorry for the distrust I have in your intentions and for not giving you the opportunity to degrade me and my potential. I am […]


Want Me To Break Your Hand?

“#TryBeatingMeLightly and I Will Break that Hand You Raised”: Why #TryBeatingMeLightly is More Than an Anti-Abuse Campaign In response to a recently proposed bill in Pakistan allowing husbands to “lightly beat” their wives to keep them in line, Pakistani women and their international online supporters have joined forces against this horrific bill. The bill was […]