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Rohia Munavar

I write things. Some of them are words, and some of them are not. Lost in a world that doesn’t exist. Follow for thoughtful content on various aspects like feminism, workplace issues, workplace equality, inclusion and daily inspiration.

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The Minute Men Hear A ‘NO’- The Rising Threat Of Sextortion, Revenge Porn, And Online Abuse

“Should I share your intimate pictures with your friends and family? Now you’ll see the consequences of blocking me. Now you’ll see my revenge.”

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‘I Was Just Kidding’…Are Sexist Jokes Harmless Humour Or Disguised Disrespect?

Does calling it a joke make sexism okay? Despite changing attitudes towards women, sexist jokes seem to be surprisingly normalized.

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Getting Out Of An Abusive Marriage Was The Best Decision I Have Ever Made For Myself

Divorce is painful. But getting out of an abusive marriage that invalidates you as a human being and normalises abuse, is necessary.

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Finally Watching Chhapaak Made Me Realise That Even In 2020, Women Are Still NOT Safe!

A little late, I watched Chapaak and realised that despite claiming to be empowered, we are still not safe, we are still brutalised. Will this ever change?

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It’s Hard To Find Courage To Love Your Body When You’re Shamed For Being ‘Plus Sized’

It is a very courageous act to start loving your own body when the people around you and their beauty standards keep mocking you constantly.

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Being A Woman, A Feminist And A Muslim At My Workplace

Being a hijab-wearing, feminist Muslim woman at a corporate workplace is difficult and comes with its own share of issues and discriminations. The author explores.

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My Body, My Rules: My Being Pregnant (Or Not) Isn’t Your Concern!

"Why aren't you pregnant yet?" Is a question married couples are asked. What if they just don't want children? Read the author's hilarious take on the same.

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