Am I too free?

Natalie from Germany: I sometimes change direction, if one is forbidden. But not the way: I throw my short life into all the folded arms that cross my path.

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Hate being a woman

Mara from Albania: I have done 11 years of prison and I have always thought that this happened because I was not a man. I am happy just for one thing that this sex gave me, the chance to become a mother.

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Empowering women

Leila from Lebanon: We should “educate” Lebanese women to reevaluate the way they perceive themselves as beings. A women is not a sexual object nor a mere beautiful piece of art…

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Growing up in two worlds

Irena from Germany: I was born in 1962 in former East Germany and grew up in a small town called Sangerhausen. It was there that I spent a wonderful childhood…

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This is our time

Hannah from Germany: “If you spoon me from behind, I feel like a woman. And I don’t know what I should do with my right arm!”, he says.

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A common destiny

Emira from Albania: I remember once there was a client who did not like his coffee and said to the manager: “This is what happens when you hire a woman, you lose clients. They have no idea how to prepare a coffee.”

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I do not get that

Antoneta from Albania: Now we discuss about gender inequality, seeing and proclaiming its negative effects while before you had no chance to talk, at all.

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“Too self-confident!”

Anonymous from Germany: When a client groped me in his presence, and I was too shocked to defend myself, he did nothing. Afterwards he told me that he thought it was awful, but that the customer was weird anyway …

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