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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: Kiranjot

My name is Kiranjot Kaur and I am from Vancouver, BC. I recently started a Sikh mom inspired lifestyle blog called thatsikhmama.com and it is something I have been wanting to do ever since my Read more

By laadliyan, ago
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WOTW: Gurjoat

This is a spoken word piece I wrote for a South Asian Womens conference I went to in Brampton. This conference was about what Women want today, and it to was to empower South Asian Read more

By laadliyan, ago
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WOTW: Kirpa

In order to understand the way I look at life, you need a little background on my family. My Nanaji came to Canada from Punjab to teach Mathematics at a new university located in northern Read more

By laadliyan, ago
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WOTW: Priya

“Girls don’t need to play sports. You should be studying. Why do you swear so much? Can’t you be more ladylike? What’s your mother-in-law going to think? Why do you need to go to the gym? Read more

By laadliyan, ago
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WOTW: Parmeet

Hi there! I’m Parmeet, aka @birdidraws, and I’m a visual designer and illustrator based in Toronto. A lot of the time I’m approached by people that exclaim to me how rare it is to find a Read more

By laadliyan, ago
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WOTW: Meghna

My experience of the world has largely been paved by curiosity. It’s led me to fascinating people and places, and constantly makes me question why I can’t be, what I often can’t see. I’m blessed Read more

By laadliyan, ago