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Counterpoint: 18 till I die ?

I wanna be young the rest of my life
Never say no – try anything twice
‘Til the angels come and ask me to fly
I’m gonna be 18 till I die, 18 till I die

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01.09.2012 | 12:43

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Point: 18 till I die ?

The Indian sub-continent is probably the world-leader when it comes to sex-related nonsense. The “vagina-tightening” cream advertisement – which claims that older women would feel “young” and “rejuvenated” by using the product – is yet another proof of this stupidity. Our quirky new blogger, hamletgoesmad, rants about why virginity creams may be a bad idea for society in general.

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01.09.2012 | 12:20

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Blogs we like

Women love to express themselves and how! We found some very interesting blogs by women and on women’s issues, on topics ranging from fitness, relationships and literature to art and yoga. Here’s a short list.

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24.08.2012 | 14:20

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A place called home

“Out of place everywhere, at home nowhere.” These are the famous words of India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. He admitted to being an odd mixture of the East and the West. “I cannot be of the West. But in my own country, I have an exile’s feeling.”

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24.08.2012 | 13:15

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Blog contest: Success comes in all shapes and sizes

Tanushree Sandhu

 

The word “beauty” in a woman conjures the image of a svelte lady with big beautiful eyes, long lustrous hair, smooth skin, a sharp nose, rosy lips and a captivating smile with dimples on her cheeks.

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24.08.2012 | 12:43

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Who is a feminist?

Who is a feminist? Are feminists groups of women fighting to change the world order, organizing a coup d’état to overthrow the “regime” of men? Are feminists women who organize rallies and scream slogans around the street?

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17.08.2012 | 15:16

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Blog contest: Success comes in all shapes and sizes

For a woman belonging to the lower middle class,whose family shifted into a new country following the partition of India and Pakistan, life was a struggle. At the prime of youth, life takes on the scene of  a constant battle when you discover that you suffer from bipolar disorder. Saima Salman writes for “Success comes in all shapes and sizes.”

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17.08.2012 | 14:55

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