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10 Qualities To Look For in Your Future Spouse

Love at first sight? Pause for a second. When catching feelings, make sure you don’t rush so that you get to know if that person has the qualities that would make them a good future spouse for you or not. Here are the top 10 qualities you should look for in your future spouse. Dating…

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Here’s What’s Wrong With Saying “Muslim Men Are Trash”

The phrase “Men are trash” is everywhere, and Muslim men are subjected to it, too. It’s been uttered by that friend of yours who just got dumped by her ex-favorite person, or even an uneducated non-Muslim that just decided to buy into this narrative. When it comes to the idea of saying that “Muslim men…

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Halal Dating: What Does It Even Mean?

Have you been wondering how halal dating works? We’re always torn between wanting to stay halal and not wanting to get married to a total stranger. And if you’ve been raised by strict parents, then chances are going on dates was taboo for you. If anything, you might’ve heard about “halal dating,” but many of…

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Hijab Cleaning 101: 3 Ways to Clean Any Type of Hijab

Who didn’t blame hijab cleaning for damaging their favorite hijab? Worse yet, who among us hasn’t tried spot cleaning their hijab before going out, only to end up wetting the entire fabric? We’ve been so focused on how we can take care of our hair as hijabis that we almost forgot that we need to…

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Cultural Humility: Why We Should End Cultural Competence in the West

In western societies, instead of tapping into practicing cultural humility, the mainstream makes negative assumptions about, and even criminalize, Muslim women who wear burkas and veils. The catch is that with the prevailing norm is that people don’t try to take cultural differences as opportunities for them to learn and grow. Instead, they start to…

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How To Manifest Anything With Duaa

As we reflect these days on our progress and manifest our dreams for this upcoming year, we need to remember that Islam taught us how to manifest anything with duaa. The law of attraction is mostly associated with Buddhism and other religions. That said, we do have the law of attraction in Islam – which…

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Muslim Girl Clothing Hacks: 5 Must-Know DIY Tricks

As a Muslim lady, you know exactly how it feels like not to be able to find the perfect modest wear for your shape, wishing there’d be any Muslim girl clothing hacks to make your life easier! If this sounds like you, watch this video as you’re going to discover 5 Muslim girl clothing hacks…

From the forthcoming film "Generation 9/11"

Three Generations of New York Muslim Women Activists on 9/11

We spoke with three generations of New York Muslim women activists for the 20th anniversary of 9/11 and the upcoming fifth anniversary of the award-winning memoir ‘Muslim Girl: A Coming of Age.’ This is an excerpt from the forthcoming film Generation 9/11. Guests: Aisha Al-Adawiya, community organizer and founder of Women In Islam Inc.; Linda…

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These New Muslim Women TV Characters Play in a Rock Band

There’s a new show on television — and this time we’re meeting an entire ensemble cast of Muslim women characters. In Peacock’s new show “We Are Lady Parts,” starring Anjana Vasan, Amina is an awkward but musically talented brown girl trying to keep up with her friends all getting engaged. Her journey leads her to…

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This Is How You Respond To Inappropriate Questions

Have you ever been in a situation where you were asked inappropriate questions? Imagine…you’re in a room full of colleagues (pre-COVID) and one of your male peers strikes up a conversation with you. At first it’s fine – strictly platonic. And then he says, “You’re so pretty. Why are you still single?” Do you answer?…

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Watch: The Racial Politics of Time

In this TED Talk from TEDWomen, cultural theorist Brittney Cooper explores the racial politics of time: how time has been stolen from Black people by white supremacy, and with it, opportunities, health, and joy. This TED Talk will make you think about time in a whole new way. Check it out above. Have you ever…