Joined 4 years ago from Lahore, Pakistan
If you would pretend like pigeons, the world would soon transform into a cat. So, it is better to open your eyes, this way you can save yourself through recognition. I would better call my self, “Secular Eve”. A progressive, sensitive and optimistic soul born in South Asia. My words are holding the weight of grief, pain, sorrow and agony of my people (folks in developing nations). My eyes are monitoring the deprived & disadvantaged people. Being a teacher, i want to lit up a candle of wisdom.
4 years ago
The article is about how the power of a woman is being suppressed in a developing country. The prerequisites of the respective gender inequality are also being mentioned and discussed.
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