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“Apply to work with travel agencies or just marry a rich guy” – Interview with Justyna Szachowicz-Sempruch

I met Justyna Szachowicz-Sempruch at a conference in Budapest, where she gave a fantastic lecture on the new types of family systems. Justyna, a Polish feminist activist, NGO founder, sociologist and gender Senior Researcher speaks passionately about the issues that matter. I’ve quickly found several common grounds with her;  starting

“Stay out of my vagina, unless I want you in there” – Headscarves and Hymens by Mona Eltahawy

  It might even be obvious that I know more about the politics in the Middle East than the feminist initiatives for a sexual revolution. Fortunately, I had the opportunity to meet Mona Eltahawy, one of the leading feminists of the Arabic world, in person. Her book, Headscarves and Hymens: Why

“This job has to be done with passion, and that’s all that matters” – Interview with Erzsébet Forgács film make-up artist

  I don’t really know many such lively and enthusiastic women as Erzsébet Forgács or as many in her profession call her, Böbe. She wasn’t sure if she should undertake the interview with me, - even though, if anyone, she should be proud of her career. Just highlighting some of the names

Do successful women have to stand up for feminism? Happy Women’s Equality Day!

  I have a good news for all of you: the He For She campaign turns one-year-old on September 20. Emma Watson has proved – after Angelina Jolie and others – that a film star can do incredible things using their fame as power. The 25-yeard-old UN ambassador launched a campaign for

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