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Brown Girl Magazine staffers pick out the items you need in your closet, beauty bag and life! Don't miss the August Brown List!
On this special day, we would like to wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving & a Happy Hanukkah! As a group of individuals,who work from all over the states and the world, we are so grateful to have such amazing readers & fans. We are all so lucky to be given an opportunity to be the voice for young, South Asian women. We hope you have an amazing day with family & friends. Happy Holidays!
Happy belated new year, BGM readers! Here’s to another 10 years of staff recommendations made only for you -- here are our latest selections.
The narrative surrounding mental health in South Asian countries is negative at best - and more often nonexistent. As children of those who immigrated from these countries (or immigrants ourselves) we often don’t know how to approach our mental health, or that mental health is even something to consider.
Born just outside of Los Angeles and soon after shifting to New York (I still hold that against my parents), I have grown up primarily in the suburbs of New York along the Hudson Valley. Despite the fact that I was deeply rooted in the Bangladeshi culture that I was raised in, the amount of South Asian girlfriends I had was almost non-existent for the majority of my life.
Hey there! My name is Duriba, how about a handshake? No, no, don’t really reach out to your screen. Brothers please, that’s haram, c’mon now. Oh, darn...you got your greasy fingerprints on the screen and my, do you brown girls have a strong grip. Wow! And how soft are your hands? Girl, what moisturizer is this? Costco’s generic lotion? OMG, ME TOO!