Building a Ramadan Legacy with Kids
No more wishful thinking or hopeless failed attempts now is the time to ask for things that you only thought were for dreams. Dua big and you shall receive in sha Allah!
5 Game Changing Apps for Bloggers
If you're anything like me, don't let your lack of photography skills stop you from blogging. I don't have time to take beautifully orchestrated pictures, I'm not good at it. I could probably take a half decent food pic, if I didn't have a wrestling baby on my lap, trying to throw everything in his … Continue reading When You Don’t Have Instagram Worthy Photos
You know you're a blogger... When you find yourself hilarious. When your blog brings back childhood journalling memories. When you don't write down what's on your mind you feel over burdened. When you lose your trail of thought before writing it down, you kick yourself. When everything you see, hear and read becomes and idea … Continue reading You Know You’re a Blogger When…
Hardly anything bothers me more than women dismissing other women’s concerns.
“Oh, come on. You’re not that oppressed. No woman I know deals with that. Women and their victim complexes these days….”
And I get it. Sexism, misogyny, and oppression are not often words that describe my personal day to day experience as a woman.
I have never experienced workplace discrimination. I am paid the same wages as my male counterparts. I have never been catcalled, sexually harassed, sexually assaulted, or raped. I have never felt slut-shamed or body-shamed. My husband wouldn’t even think to tell me to submit or remember my place as his wife. I can think of only two guys in my life who treated me differently than they treated men (or perhaps I imagined it).
The only real sexist discrimination I faced came from a fundamentalist church that I no longer attend and ideologies from my past that…
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