Posts Tagged ‘Egyptian Women’s Independence’

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No revolution for Egyptian women

No revolution for Egyptian women

Now the revolution is over and everything is back to normal. Attitudes towards women have not been affected by the historic victory. After the revolution, how many girls decided to move out of their family homes and become fully independent?... (Continue reading)

HEY YOU! WHAT IS YOU?!

HEY YOU! WHAT IS YOU?!

Sloth is a deadly sin … cursed are those lazy whining good-for-nothing self-pitying souls! ... (Continue reading)

Campus Magazine b) How to move out of your parent’s home?

Campus Magazine b) How to move out of your parent’s home?

7) I see a lot of people dreaming of joining multinational companies but they never cared to improve their English. Others dream of working in sales but they never invested in enhancing their communication and negotiation skills. Some neglect their... (Continue reading)

CAMPUS MAGAZINE: MARWA RAKHA IS HIRING! POSITION: BOYFRIEND

CAMPUS MAGAZINE: MARWA RAKHA IS HIRING! POSITION: BOYFRIEND

MARWA RAKHA IS HIRING POSITION: BOYFRIEND... (Continue reading)

CAMPUS MAGAZINE: I AM NOT A FEMINIST!

People who meet me for the first time, people who read my book, people who read my articles, people who listen to or watch my shows, people who interview me, and people who talk about me - why do they... (Continue reading)

When is Divorce a bad idea?

When is Divorce a bad idea?

I have been married since 2000 and I have a 7 year old daughter and a newly born baby boy. I am a university graduate but I have never worked before. My husband is in the media industry and he... (Continue reading)

My First Cover: Interview for Expat’s Guide

My First Cover: Interview for Expat’s Guide

Me : A lot of people may think that you're so westernized. For instance, if she decides to dress in a certain way that does not line up with her father's principles, do you think she would ever go out... (Continue reading)

Egypt: Women turn to the Internet to fight taboos

Young middle and upper class Egyptian women resort to the internet to fight their battles against taboos. The BBC interviewed some of them and Mohamed Hamdy of Bloggers Times comments on the article. ... (Continue reading)

Marwa Rakha: Through Nigerian Lenses

Marwa Rakha: Through Nigerian Lenses

Boldness? I tried so hard for 21 years of my life to mold myself into the "good girl image". I failed. From 21 to 28 I had continuous inner conflicts and dilemmas of figuring out who I am and what... (Continue reading)

From the Diary of a Sinister Egyptian Spinster

Egyptian women have their own set of challenges, ranging from the right to marry themselves off to inequality in marriage and divorce rights. Marwa Rakha sheds light on the thoughts and writings of Eman - a self-confessed spinster. ... (Continue reading)

From the diary of a single independent female in Egypt

From the diary of a single independent female in Egypt

I am now sitting on my cozy sofa in my new living room absorbing the warm orange tones that surround me. The walls, the sofas, the carpets, and the radiant heaters in my fireplace seem to congratulate me on my... (Continue reading)

CAMPUS MAGAZINE: Move in or Move on

Now I own a home and one day I will have a boyfriend who will make it past the first month. What if he makes it past the first six months? It is one thing to come and visit and... (Continue reading)

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