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WOTW: Taman

The environment I grew up in was always largely led by women, at home both of my parents had a very organic flow with no particular division of power. It wasn’t until I grew older, Read more

By anna kaur, ago
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WOTW: Neha

I learned at a really young age just how fortunate I was, to live where and when I did. As a little girl, my parents took me back to India a lot, and the blatant Read more

By anna kaur, ago
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WOTW: Phavanjit

My current views on feminismI use current because my perspectives on various concepts and issues are always evolving. It is no different with feminism. During my time in university, I was very passionate about studying Read more

By anna kaur, ago
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WOTW: Harman Kaur

My name is Harman Kaur and I am a writer, spoken word artist, and author from Abbotsford, BC. I recently wrote Phulkari, a debut collection of my poetry, which delves into themes such as womanhood Read more

By anna kaur, ago
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WOTW: Moneet

My first form of boldness came from the act of me being born a female; it was something my parents celebrated instead of mourned. My earliest memory of understanding what it meant for my mom Read more

By anna kaur, ago
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WOTW: Puneet Shoker

Puneet Shoker I was born in a family, where both my mother and father wholeheartedly supported my sisters and I in our academic, professional and personal pursuits. Being a girl is considered a blessing in Read more

By anna kaur, ago