Decide for a free life

Diana from Syria: By telling my story I would like to encourage other women to decide for a free life.

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Just a small anecdote

Isra from Libya: I don’t have any grand big story of unfairness, any huge injustice, only small anecdotes that all women have on the receiving end…

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That giggle

Lucinda from USA: I’ll never forget this moment. The giggle bubbles up out of me like an involuntary throat contraction. It’s girly and sweet. The boys continue talking, but I’m stuck listening to the reverberations of that giggle.

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To change, I have to be the change!

Momal from Pakistan: I knew I could not go about preaching the message of freedom if I did not practice it myself. That could be the reason why I had learned to drive

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An injection of pride and a pill of manliness

Amr from Egypt: If an animal is hungry, what is it going to do? It will eat whatever he finds on his way. Why? Because it is hungry…

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Because you raised your voice

Enass from Jordan: Only those who live in an Arab country can figure out the damage of a moral harassment against an Arab woman.

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You live here: In Tunisia.

Sana from Tunisia: You must yet play the ‘Virgin’ to keep your man because being kissed and respected at the same time by the same man is still a hard equation to solve.

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How brave are you?

Erick from Mexico: When I arrived to the countryside, just a few hours from the city, strength and bravery were measured in a different way: you should be able to ride a wild bull or you’re not a real man.

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