Women’s Day

March 8 of ever year is a day dedicated to the commemoration of women and the celebration of their social, economic and political achievements.

International Women’s Day’s (IWD) campaign for this year is represented under the hashtag #BreakTheBias and calls on the world to become a bias-free field of opportunities, inclusivity and integration.

TO: me FROM: me

Red roses, heart-shaped cards, chocolate boxes, big stuffed bears, cheap wine and a fancydinner. Ugh…not again!Valentine’s Day is approaching and so are the mixed feelings surrounding it. Some enjoy thisday to the fullest and immerse themselves in the celebration of consumerism disguising itself inthe expression of love.

To Our Men: Are You Ok?

Historically, mental health challenges were primarily associated with women. One infamous example is the now-defunct diagnosis of ‘hysteria’ considered a dramatic women’s affliction in the 19th-century. Nowadays, we recognize the symptoms in multiple disorders affecting the entire gender spectrum.

Bystander Effect

On the 13 of March 1964, New York residents woke up to a horrific murder of Kitty Genovese, a young bartender, who was stabbed, raped and murdered by Winston Moseley (a man she had never met before) in front of her apartment building.