One little vibration can create a bigger movement

Rashida H. Yangon, Myanmar “I am Burmese, I am a woman and I am Muslim. I wear many marginalized identities” My name is Rashida, I am 30 years old.  I am a Ph.D. student at the Mahidol University in Thailand and I used to be a physical therapist in Myanmar. I was born and raised… Continue reading One little vibration can create a bigger movement


Empowered women empower women

Thazyne Yangon, Myanmar “In Myanmar, many women don’t have jobs, however, they can weave and have beautiful fabric so I like to work with them and give them an opportunity to have a stable source of income” My name is Thazyne. I am 35 years old. I am not married. I have been working at… Continue reading Empowered women empower women

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Art, Women and Feminism

The deliberately forgotten female artists in the history of arts Sadly, the world of arts makes no exception when it comes to respecting women’s rights. Indeed, history shows that female artists were consistently airbrushed from the world of arts, and this is still happening even nowadays world widely but in some countries more than in… Continue reading Art, Women and Feminism