Starting Over in Your Career Doesn’t Always Have it to be Bad Thing

Leaving a job is kind of like leaving a relationship. The relationship part I’ll leave for another article some other time. For this one, let’s talk career.

Evoke—Globally-Inspired Handcrafted Jewelry for the Free-Spirited South Asian Woman

Suhita Sengupta, the founder Evoke, was not always a jewelry designer. She actually started her career as an interior designer. Evoke is a globally inspired unique handcrafted statement jewelry for the free-spirited woman.

How One Woman Turned Her Love for Regal Indian Jewelry Into an Award-Winning Business

Mona Bangalore, a jewelry designer and the owner of Mi Amor Jewelry, takes great pride in her growing line of Indian-Western jewelry that goes well beyond the traditional expectations of kundan nestled in gold plates.

Confronting Domestic Violence Within my Indo-Caribbean Family

Lisa Ramadhar remembers the first time she met her mother, but little did she know that on that landmark day it would lead to a truth bubbling below the surface of domestic violence, immigration and how to pair her parents, the abuser and the abused, with herself.

3 Unexpected Resolutions you Should Make This New Year

Girls, the holiday season is almost upon us again, and with the…

Brown Girl of the Month Kiran Rai AKA KayRay Pushes Boundaries Through Digital Storytelling

My name is Kiran (the ray of light) Rai—which often also gets confused with the pronunciation as Ray. My father named me after my parents went to the gurudwara for the Naam Karan ceremony (Sikh ceremony of naming a child) and the letter ‘Kakka’ came up.

Myths on the Ideal Brown Feminist

While many brown voices have been raised in the rejection of -isms and forms of power and oppression, one particular image of a brown feminist has been repeated throughout these dialogues.

Christmas Comes Early with Rihanna’s Newest Bold and Colorful Fenty Beauty Collection

Rihanna’s newest Fenty Beauty products are an assortment of cosmetics that introduce bright and bold colour — perfect for the festive season!

‘Unsung Echoes’ Answers the Question: What Does it Mean to be a Woman?

The posts are simple – a paragraph or two (or more) of text along with a picture, all provided by the interviewee, answering the same question – “what does it mean to be a woman?”

Poem: ‘Sincerely, #MeToo’

No matter where I am
be it New York or in New Delhi
Whenever I am out/alone
I get that horrid feeling in my belly

6 South Asian Brides you Aspire to Look Like on Your Wedding Day

Getting married is one of the most important moments in a woman’s life—a day that most young girls dream about. What may come second to finding the right guy is finding the perfect bridal outfit.

Learning About Female Power at Ohio’s Women’s Leadership Summit

Twenty-four women were gathered to speak in the span of six hours, and while I knew we wouldn’t get to hear the entirety of their stories, the small nuggets of wisdom some of these women left behind invigorated me to be resilient and proactive for women’s rights.

‘Just Promise Me This’: Krina Chauhan’s Journey of London Love and Coffee

“Just Promise Me This” is the perfect read for a girly night or weekend in that we all need every once in a while by Londoner Krina Chauhan.

The Reality of Motherhood: ‘I had to Search for the Fun Amongst the Tiredness and Vomit’

If I manage to eat a hot meal or be able to use the bathroom alone, it’s classed as a “good day”. No, I’m not locked up in Guantanamo Bay, I have two kids!

It’s 2017, Why Should I Change my Last Name After Marriage?

I believe that my name is my identity. Being married does not mean that I stop belonging to the family I was born in; I continue to carry my family legacy, married or not.

5 Skin Care Tips to Guarantee Flawless Skin This Fall Season!

by Sanjana Arefin – Follow @minfin_ So I hate to break it…

55 Experts Reveal Their Best Indian Weddings Tips for South Asian Brides

These 55 Indian wedding tips are everything you need to plan the perfect nuptials.

5 New York City Bucket List Items That Will Make You Want to Skip Happy Hour

New York City is its own world of wonders, so don’t ever limit yourself to happy hour.

It’s Never Too Late to Rock Your Sunnies And Here Are The Ones You Should Be Wearing!

Everyone loves a good pair of sunnies, but which ones suit your face best? Brown Girl is here to help you decide!

Eradicating Violence Against Women and Victim-Blaming in Kerala

Ever since I was a child, I frequently traveled to Kerala, a state in India known as God’s own country. Kerala is one of the most educated states in India with a literacy rate of 94%. Besides education, Kerala is known for its natural beauty, tranquility, and strong, diverse cultural traditions. Unlike my other trips to Kerala, this trip was an eye-opener as I became aware of a different, grimmer image of the status of women.