results found
1 - 3 of 3 Results
A fatwa was issed against me; they condemned me for normalizing obscenity and indecency among women by persuading them to come out of their homes. … I said, ‘You should also give a fatwa against Hazrat Khadija (the first wife of Prophet Muhammad) because she was also a trader.’ “God has not made us as weak as we have made ourselves.”
Kuhu Srivastava, 22, of Lucknow, India, is the founder of The Feminist Times, an online platform where people of all genders and ages discuss and advocate against patriarchal norms in society by sharing their personal articles, poetry, photo essays, art and videos. Contributors have ranged from 16 to 75 years of age.
4 September 2013 (Bangkok, Thailand) - Women’s rights in all Southeast Asian nations are guaranteed by their states’ acceptance of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW), praised as the most comprehensive international treaty for women’s rights.