Posts Tagged: sexism

Arranged African Marriages: A Success Story or A Cultural Woe.

“… African arranged marriages are more successful than American fairy-tale marriages…” Said one passenger with a thick African accent sitting across me, to his skeptical timid friend while on the number 2 train; in an apparently one hour long attempt to

Arranged African Marriages: A Success Story or A Cultural Woe.

“… African arranged marriages are more successful than American fairy-tale marriages…” Said one passenger with a thick African accent sitting across me, to his skeptical timid friend while on the number 2 train; in an apparently one hour long attempt to

Mali Protests Against Women’s Laws

Recently there were an article on BBC “Mali Protests Against Women’s Laws” written on Sunday 23 August, 2009. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/8216568.stm Now as you see the title of the article, you can guess on where I’m going with this. (I’m taking this

Mali Protests Against Women’s Laws

Recently there were an article on BBC “Mali Protests Against Women’s Laws” written on Sunday 23 August, 2009. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/8216568.stm Now as you see the title of the article, you can guess on where I’m going with this. (I’m taking this

Masquerade of Women

Today’s society is a masquerade. In today’s world, especially in the western one; if you ask about the rights of women compared to those of men, you’ll get more satisfying answers compared to those of a century ago. However sometimes

Masquerade of Women

Today’s society is a masquerade. In today’s world, especially in the western one; if you ask about the rights of women compared to those of men, you’ll get more satisfying answers compared to those of a century ago. However sometimes