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Muslim Girl

I can only speak for myself when I say that the topic of marriage was a constant in my household growing up. I remember being 11-years-old when my cousin was getting married.

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Muslim Girl

Growing up, we’ve all become far too friendly with the phrase “gun violence” and yet somehow, our society has crumbled and allowed guns to have a bigger voice than our words have. The freedom to own a gun has broken down our society, and now, we live in a world where almost every week, we hear news of a gun-related crime. 

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The ‘Me Too’ movement was established in 2006 by Tarana Burke, a civil rights activist. The campaign was created as a voice for survivors of sexual violence.

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The Asian community tends to steer clear from discussing taboo subjects such as sex and periods in family households. It’s so hush-hush that it’s almost like these topics don’t exist, and because of this, there is a lack of communication between parents and teenagers, causing a barrier.

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It doesn’t matter what you are doing, you could be sat enjoying a burger, playing with your child or just talking on the phone; people notice your colour and think they’ve got you all figured out.

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Acid attacks is a form of violence that occurs across the world, often discriminative towards women, with many fearing for the consequences they may face, should they report the incident to the police.

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