Archive | October, 2016

Contemporary Feminisms in Lebanon: Lights in the Tunnel

Though many commentators have warned that the Arab Spring has turned into a winter, and despite the fact that many countries in the Southwestern Asian region have for the last decades witnessed continuous wars, political turmoil, economic crises, as well as the rise of extremism and the dissemination of sectarianism, the reality, in my opinion, [...]

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3a’belik !

Married with children…. Some remember it as an 80’s sitcom. For me it is about something else. It is not marriage in itself that lately became an issue for me though, rather how it is seen and viewed, how girls, women, boys and men are educated and brought up and pressured to regard it. Let [...]

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