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Twitter has declared 2014 the year of the selfie. The word, which means self-portrait, has been used more than 94 million times on Twitter throughout the year. And women are more likely to take selfies than men.
Date31.12.2014 | 12:31
TagsArafatul Islam, Ellen DeGeneres, Kim Kardashian, most retweeted tweet, Paris Hilton, Selfie, Selfie stick, selfies, twitter
Pakistani teen Malala Yusufzai and Indian Kailash Satyarthi have jointly won the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize, but unfortunately for Malala, the decision by the Norwegian Nobel Committee sparked a smear campaign against her on social media.
Date13.10.2014 | 9:52
Social networking websites like Twitter and Facebook are fun and innovative. At the click of a mouse, you can make friends and show your support for social causes. But what happens when your ‘friends’ turn against you? What if the smart doctor you met on a social network has actually begun stalking your profile?
Date04.04.2014 | 13:47
Would you like some tips on improving your career skills? How about reading up on improving women’s participation in a democracy? Would you like to keep in touch with the latest women’s news from around the world? We surfed through Twitter and identified these really great accounts with some really nice tips on nearly everything that women like. Take a look!
Date26.02.2014 | 14:40
#solidarityisforwhitewomen is thinking there no feminist leadership & theory in Africa, Arab world, Asia, Latin America, Caribbean, Pacific
— Gail Lewis (@Whaliehamilton) August 21, 2013
#Solidarityisforwhitewomen is a hashtag that has been recently trending on Twitter. Some are calling it a Twitter fight among feminists and others see it as an opportunity for debate and discussion about race, gender and priviledge, intersectionality and inclusion of non-white women in feminism.
How did it start?
Date21.08.2013 | 12:00
“With all respect, everyday, thousands of people die, but still the world moves on. Just because one politician died a natural death, everyone just goes bonkers. They should know we are resilient by force, not by choice. When was the last time anyone showed some respect or even a two minute silence for shaheed Bhagat Singh, Azad, Sukhdev or any of the people because of whom we are free living Indians? Respect is earned, given and definitely not forced. Today Mumbai shuts down due to fear, not respect.”
Date26.11.2012 | 13:23