A story of love, loss and second chances by Nikita Singh, releasing this Valentine’s Day.
I'm a non-hijabi Muslim woman. On occasion of World Hijab Day, let me say that we shouldn't be judgemental of those who make a choice to wear the hijab.
Women are body shamed under the guise of 'concern', this needs to be called out for the abuse that it is. While a healthy lifestyle is essential, it is for us to decide.
Women's bodies, minds, lives, souls... are not their own. They are expected to live, exist, just BE only for those who think they own them.
Complimenting a mom that she doesn't look like a mother is objectifying her and one step away from body shaming her. Don't do it!
The poet writes about the deep seated malaise in Indian society, which glorifies fair skin, and demonises dark skin - not realising the profound effect it can have on our mostly brown population.
TheaCare #Beautifulfillment recently carried out a survey to determine how women perceived their own bodies growing up, with the aim to promote a healthy body image among them. The results were not really surprising.
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