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Egypt’s Insight: Marwa Rakha on Knowing thy Self!

Egypt's Insight: Marwa Rakha on Knowing thy Self!

“My whole love and respect is for the person who accepts himself totally, as he is. He has courage. He has courage to face the whole pressure of the society which is bent upon splitting him into divisions — into... (Continue reading)

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#JAN25 INSIGHT MAGAZINE: ONE ON ONE WITH MARWA RAKHA

#JAN25 INSIGHT MAGAZINE: ONE ON ONE WITH MARWA RAKHA

What else do you think have influenced you and shaped your character to be who you’re now? People who told me that I cannot do this or that! People who attacked me! People who tried to compete with me! People who... (Continue reading)

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Women are like Ducks

Women are like Ducks

A few years back Shania Twain inspired me to sketch an analogy between men and shoes. At the time, I had settled for a very wrong pair of shoes; uncomfortable from the start, though highly maintained, they lost their allure... (Continue reading)

Failure to Launch

Failure to Launch

It took a lot of strength and courage for a single girl like me to move out at the age of 28. Society, family, friends, men, and people who did not even know me frowned upon my decision. In the... (Continue reading)

The Color of Resentment

The Color of Resentment

The Color of Resentment... (Continue reading)

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The Witch Effect

The Witch Effect

I guess not! Today, women who have brains, character, and experience are treated the same way witches were treated in the dark ages. Girls, like me, who ask questions and who insist on being honest and straightforward are castaways in... (Continue reading)

The Narcissistic Jerk

The Narcissistic Jerk

Please do not take this letter personally; I neither mean insult nor injury. I am writing to you on behalf of all the females that I know, and those that I do not know. Who? You know who; the doormats.... (Continue reading)

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The Toy Boy Nightmare

The Toy Boy Nightmare

I used to wonder what a young guy had to say to someone who was carrying her schoolbag when he was sucking on his thumb. My heart went out to those ladies who had to bear the inquisitive eyes that... (Continue reading)

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100 Tips for being a “GOOD GIRL” in Egypt

100 Tips for being a

100 Tips for being a "GOOD GIRL" in Egypt... (Continue reading)

Tic Toc! It’s the Biological Clock!

Tic Toc! It's the Biological Clock!

The world seemed to conspire against me when I got a call from my mom a few minutes later. After the usual hellos, in her adorable enthusiastic tone, my mom shared with me a brilliant idea; I am to find... (Continue reading)

The Heart of the Affair

The Heart of the Affair

Wrapped up in her beautiful Indian Sari, Maya looked at the Kama Sutra teacher and asked about the difference between shame and honor as tears rolled down her cheek. The experienced courtesan looked back at her, smiled, and told her... (Continue reading)

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New Beginnings

New Beginnings

New beginnings are always loaded with many contradictory feelings; hope, fear, optimism, doubt, resolution, skepticism, comfort, hesitation, and determination. The skeletons in the closet and collective experiences are a threat to new beginnings. Regret, or the fear of regret, weighs... (Continue reading)

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