Meet The Child Brides Of Pakistan | Refinery29
After months of research and writing, my first article for Refinery29 has been published! Many thanks to my smashing editors — Kelly Bourdet, Maura Egan + Amelia Edelman — for their guidance! For their generosity, resources, and stories, my gratitude also goes to Amelia Andrews and Anindit Roy Chowdhury (IPPF, South Asia Region), M. Mudabbir Maajid (Rutgers WPF), Faizan Abbasi (Society for the Protection of the Rights of the Child), Safeer Ullah Khan (Bedari) + Laura Dickinson (Girls Not Brides).
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Diversity Isn’t Enough: Trans Theorist Says Feminist Doors are Not Open to All | Herizons Magazine
Trans theorist Julia Serano believes “diversity” is a limiting word that focuses too much on how people look and not enough on how they think. In her newest book, Excluded: Making Feminist and Queer Movements More Inclusive, the American writer argues that “gender policing” and “sexuality shaming” in the feminist and queer movements have created double standards and hierarchies that prevent these movements from being truly trans-inclusive.