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Her Flames of Life

September 29, 2015 | Hadeel El Deeb

She walked into the fire; with all her might, she walked into the fire of blazing and deadly heat, knowing it’s where she should be. She opened her eyes, staring at the flames, challenging them to get closer, and when … Read More

Thoughts of Stardust

August 25, 2015 | Hadeel El Deeb

Grant me my godforsaken right to see it however I want to see it, to deal with it in my own way, to vent, to be angry, to be frustrated, to be upset, to weep, and to finally accept it … Read More

The Happiness of Being

August 12, 2015

We forbid ourselves from just being. We don’t leave ourselves in peace. And when we meet people who seem to be really living and enjoying themselves – like kids do – we accuse them of being careless and start labeling them as “carefree,” as if that were a negative way of being.”
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Massage your Organs to Increased Fertility and Abdominal Health

August 4, 2015

The expert gives us a video guide to organ massage, how it can help improve your fertility and digestion and how you can perform it on yourself for daily rejuvenation of your abdominal area.Read More

Share a Lock, Make a Little Girl Happy

June 14, 2015

For you it’s hair that will always grow back; for her, it’s a long lost friend she longs for every minute of her day.Read More

Hop on, but only if you’re a woman

June 11, 2015

The Pink Taxi is now in town; a taxi service operated by women and for women only. Despite the controversy it has started, we need to remember that this an extra option on the market so women can still choose the … Read More

It’s not a disability, it’s a different ability

June 9, 2015 | Salma Cherif, Laila Mohamed, Myrna Zaki, Alexandra Nabil, Jailan Olama, Darine Hesham and Nancy Mostafa

ADHD sufferers are often labelled rude, trouble makers and careless. So before you go on to give that restless kid the scrutinizing look, learn about what ADHD actually means and how to spot the early signs and deal with their peculiar sets of abilities.Read More

Stories of Women from Egypt: Lamia The Ghazia

April 26, 2015 | Rana Kamaly 2

We come cross a variety of women each day, the educated, the empowered, the poor, the struggling, the conservative and the liberal. Each week, we will bring you the behind-closed-doors story of Egyptian women who came across our paths; from tragic stories of single mothers to beautiful tales of love and companionship.

This is the story of a gay husband and a woman forced into a profession she feared to raise a baby girl she adored.Read More

Balawy!

April 14, 2015

We were brainstorming causes to adopt for the Gouna International Spinning Marathon and decided to reflect on how our culture views women through looking at our amthal (proverbs); and man, were we in for a not-so-pleasant surprise.

Apparently women are seen as … Read More

Celebrating International Women’s Day in Honor of Awesome Egyptian Women

March 8, 2015

Celebrating five amazing Egyptian women in commemoration of International Women’s Day.Read More