Huda Jilani

  • As a woman, I am used to being told what my place is. In the kitchen. Holding a mop. Smelling like daisies all the time while being a well-educated, good looking, hairless, white as snow, domestic goddess waiting on her family. As a woman, I am also used to seeing womankind degraded subtly, with ...

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  • Don’t cross your legs. Those pants are too tight. Don’t wear those pants. What will your aunt say? Sit still. Cover your head. Don’t cover your head. Walk straight. Don’t look at those boys. I said don’t look at them. Don’t wear red outside. Don’t wear ...

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  • In the decade when the world is probing the mysteries of the universe more efficiently than ever before, we as a nation are still stuck in a career vs. marriage war when it comes to young women. For some reason, a good career and a happy marriage are considered two circles that do not touch at any ...

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