by Shezda Afrin Daddy’s lil' girl, Priyanka Chopra, sure is a New Yorker at heart. As we all know, Piggy Chops always rocks it on the red carpet. However, her street...
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Aziz Ansari has always been someone South Asians have unconditionally rooted for, laughed for and watched closely -- so realizing that he may be a sexual predator feels like a personal betrayal.
Facebook was the space for me to keep in touch with everyone back in India, and this was just not appropriate content for them to see. I didn’t want them to know what I had been through, and then talk to my parents about it, or bring it up between themselves.
"I learned first-hand from a strong and inspiring woman that is breaking the glass ceiling with every step she takes. Having my dream job for the day made it no longer feel like a dream, but rather an attainable and perfectly achievable goal."
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?”
MP Priti Patel's actions are a blow to a community who held her above their head as a torch for representation in the U.K.
Malala Yousafzai Trolled for Wearing Skinny Jeans and Western-Style Clothing—Highlights Society’s Ignorance
To comment on Malala Yousafzai's choice of clothes undermines everything that she has fought for - it highlights a very real disease in our society.
Iranian-born Majid Maijidi continues his passion to depict humanist topics with “Beyond the Clouds”, whose world premiere opened up at the British Film Institute.
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.
With the allegations of sexual harassment, sexual assault and rape against Harvey Weinstein, we have a few things to say to those in power who abuse women
by Saloni Gajjar - Follow @browngirlmag “Simran” is a brave idea for a movie. I say brave because it ventures out of Bollywood’s comfort zone when it comes to displaying life in America. In “Simran,” starring...
Islam is a religion of women. I will speak these words until my heart stops. Islam is a religion of women.
Okay, I get it – Indian people love weddings, dancing, eating, etc., but does that really mean at someone’s wedding all the aunties need to be on the lookout for who’s next? Honestly, they’re probably better at scouting singles than professional scouts are at finding good athletes. Weddings are great and all, but really, what does “it’s your turn next” even mean when it comes to getting married?
Mehjabeen Hassan wants to break through South Asian norms and stereotypes in more than one way, and her clothing line is just the start.
Would you also consider surviving members of the Grenfell Tower blaze not deserving of living because perhaps they fled while the whereabouts of some family members are still unknown? Would you apply this same harsh logic to the surviving girlfriend of Philando Castile, because she witnessed the brutal shooting of her boyfriend before her very eyes and was unable to stop the murdering officer?