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Someone sleeping in your bed: On feminism and marriage in Egypt
Ghadeer Ahmed | Ghadeer Ahmed on feminism and marriage in Egypt
Literary gems: Latifa al-Zayat’s The Open Door 
Ismail Fayed | A novel that enmeshes the struggle of ambitious young women with the national independence struggle
Personal status laws – Feminist testimonies from Egypt
Azza Soliman | Azza Soliman explains how Egypt employs a legal approach that restricts women’s rights
Bodily rights – Feminist testimonies from Egypt
Ghadeer Ahmed | I’ve been working on bodily rights since the revolution. Before 2011, I was a really ordinary woman.
Politics as a path – Feminist testimonies from Egypt
Kheloud Gomaa | Like most young men and women of my generation, my involvement in public affairs began with the January
Feminist testimonies from Egypt: A series
Hind Ahmed Zaki | The introduction to our series marking International Women's Day this year
Ikhtyar: A knowledge hub on gender and sexuality
Heba Afify | On a Saturday morning, seven women and three men sit on bean bags in Ikhtyar’s Abbasseya office
Now That’s What I Call Arab Pop (vol 1): The rise of the soul-stealer
Ada Petiwala | Video killed the radio star, but YouTube killed the music video channel, and thousands of video clips
Globalizing dissent, Egyptian civil society, and the limits of translation
Ahmed Refaat | Egyptian civil society, after the rollercoaster we all have all been on since the revolution, is rethinking
 
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Opinion
Labwat
A feminist response to an ‘alternative’ reading
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Mada Masr published an article “An Alternative Reading
Paul Sedra
Faten Hamama and the ‘Egyptian difference’ in film
The Egyptian difference yielded a cinema in the 1950s and 1960s that was more daring, more complex, and
 
 
News
Egyptian blogger menaced for nude photo defiling Islamic State flag
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Cartoons
Girls be like
Andeel | Woman: "Shit... a man!"
Cartoon: Socialization
Andeel | Man 1: "My wife." Man 2: "It's a pleasure."