II Poetry Contest: The Fictitious Crush

by Rahmat Idiaro D. A cool, serene and well fragranced arena appealing to her poor innocent soul It breezes of coolness and flourishment melts the stony heart She looked up to the smiling moon and she smiled back Behold was the charming appariton of a cool gentleman of mensch with a smiley and handsome personality He … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: The Fictitious Crush

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II Poetry Contest: Thinking of a voice all through an insomniac night

by @pragyaspenchant Thinking of a voice all through an insomniac night, Or living a moment, which makes entire arena bright; Melody the soul sings, Or music to which heart clings; Expression of words extraordinaire, Or sentences that express a desire; Silent eyes, that tell stories, Or depth of heart that cherishes memories; Someone, whose name … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: Thinking of a voice all through an insomniac night

Women’s History Month: Photo Contest

Most of the countries around the globe celebrate Women's History Month in March. It is a unique month that also brings awareness to Women's Rights, Self- Harm, Gender Equality, and Elimination of Racial Discrimination. In appreciation of each action, We Are All The Same Project is promoting our First Photography Contest that will take place on … Continue reading Women’s History Month: Photo Contest

via Raising Awareness of Menstruation and Sustainability in India — Girls’ Globe

During a visit to Auroville, India a couple of days ago I was happy to have the opportunity to chat briefly with Eco Femme co-founder Kathy Walkling in between customers at their busy stall at the market. I had already heard about Eco Femme before I came to India and I was exited to meet … Continue reading via Raising Awareness of Menstruation and Sustainability in India — Girls’ Globe

via The Gender Boundaries Imposed on Children in India — Girls’ Globe

Many children worldwide have grown up playing with Barbie dolls and Transformers. You can perhaps guess which children played with which toys. From the time of our birth we are taught the ways in which males and females should conduct themselves. Why does society enforce such restrictions from the moment a child is born? Too … Continue reading via The Gender Boundaries Imposed on Children in India — Girls’ Globe

Reblog: My Attempts at Facilitating Change in Rural India – Girl’s Globe

In my final year of medical school, as I was reading a chapter on Maternal and Child Health, I came across a table of mortality rates elaborating the health status of mothers and children of my country. They were dismal and though I could see that progress had been made, to my 20 year old … Continue reading Reblog: My Attempts at Facilitating Change in Rural India – Girl’s Globe