Posts Tagged ‘Reflections on Revolution’

To vote or not to vote? What difference does it make?

To vote or not to vote? What difference does it make?

Sixth: Nothing will ever change! The change demanded by the people does not need another one man show with all the strings and puppets in his hands! If any change is to be seen, Egypt needs a president who is... (Continue reading)

YOUR CRIMES ARE DOCUMENTED ON OUR LAPTOPS #NOSCAF #Jan25

YOUR CRIMES ARE DOCUMENTED ON OUR LAPTOPS #NOSCAF #Jan25

Over the past 9 months the decisions and actions of SCAF have been a constant disappointment for Egyptians; almost every Friday, there was a demonstration of some sort fighting one form of injustice or the other. Egypt has not changed!... (Continue reading)

GENERATION ADAM @CoreRepublic

GENERATION ADAM @CoreRepublic

Since I got pregnant in August 2010, I have been on a bumpy hormonal trip; everything seems so intense and magnified but at the same time most things seem trivial and marginal. It is like wearing bifocal glasses while driving... (Continue reading)

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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)

Novelist Marwa Rakha on women and breaking ranks with the mainstream

Novelist Marwa Rakha on women and breaking ranks with the mainstream

In her semi-autobiographical novel, Rakha spoke about personal and intimate experiences which above all reflected some of the rights violations and emotional distress that women in a patriarchal society endure. Despite focusing on women's issues, she refused to be labelled... (Continue reading)