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This #MuslimWomensDay, We Sounded off on Autonomy

As we put our fourth annual Muslim Women’s Day behind us, we take a look back at the plethora of content that came out of this day, centered on the narratives of Muslim women in their own voices. Our newsfeeds were blessed with the most important conversations centered around the lives and daily realities of…

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Does My Modesty Offend You?

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article are strictly those of the writer.  It is no hidden secret that fashion is changing daily. What once used to be viewed as unusual in the fashion community is now becoming the highlight of every fashion show. People ask me why I don’t wear shorts, skirts, or even…

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10 #BlackOutEid Looks that Have Us Shook

Eid-Al-Fitr has come and gone, and I hope all of you beautiful people had a wonderful and blessed Eid! With Eid comes celebrations, lots of food, and of course, the mandatory Eid picture; a chance for you to serve your fiercest looks. One of the things I love the most about Eid is that it’s…

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Here Are 15 of Your Best Eid-ul-Fitr Instagram Looks

Ramadan has come and gone, and this Eid-ul-Fitr, the gorgeous goddesses of our ummah have channeled all that noor into slaying their looks as they feasted away! From classic looks to dramatic ones, from the minimalists to the extravagant, you blew us away on this day of celebration. And so, to celebrate the resplendent beauty…

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This Muslim-Owned Canadian Company Is Reaching New Levels With Their Inclusive Activewear for Muslims and Sikhs

With the rapidly growing industry of inclusive sportswear, it is vital to make sure that all minorities from all parts of the world should be represented and considered in a field so important. This is an issue especially in North America, where these minorities lie within bigger populations that are often represented easily and frequently…

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Halima Aden Makes History Again

For all Muslim women around the globe, yesterday was a monumental day. Halima Aden yet again made history by being the first model to wear a burkini in the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition. I don’t know about you, but this excited me a lot. Like many other Muslim girls, I’ve grown up barely seeing myself…

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You’re Invited to the Launch of ‘The Girls’ Room’ at 16 Days!

We are very excited to introduce our readers to The Girls’ Room, our new monthly webseries of online panels to discuss pertinent topics and issues with badass guests that we all know and love. Our first installment, #TAKEBACKTHEMIC, is proudly in conjunction with the 16 Days Against Gender Violence campaign. #TAKEBACKTHEMIC will be a discussion stemming from…

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Candy Bars, the Hijab, and Empowerment

“A man asked a Muslim man: Why do your women cover their bodies and their hair? The Muslim man smiled and took two sweets, he opened one and kept the other closed. He threw them both on the dirty floor and then asked: If I asked you to take one of the sweets, which one…

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Who Defines Liberation?

Liberation has always been a hot topic. Liberation isn’t an ideal, but a journey; it means to break the inevitable chains of societal norms and to rise above whatever causes one pain or hardship. For Muslim women living in Western society, it is particularly hard to decide where to turn when the question of liberation…

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“Hijabi” vs. “Non-Hijabi”

I’m sorry, but why does this even matter? All my life, I have always heard this constant battle being spoken among religious gatherings, classrooms, and social hangouts. The distinction between hijabis (those who wear the headscarf) and non-hijabis (those who do not) was always brought up and viewed as a topic of discussion. Why though,…