Every woman, child, animal who is killed is a blotch of this country.
Hi! The subject I want to write about is a bit irrelevant to the subject of your platform. But I want to pour out my heart. I hope it makes an impact on ignorant and villain people. Today (22 July) is the day Pınar Gültekin
I was born in a body which I never want.
I thought so much to write here and finally I found that courage in myself. I have a difference from other people who write here. I am not a hijabi. I am not a woman either. I am one who is unpleasant with one’s gender,
This is not a letter for returning to family.
This is not going to be a letter to pour my heart out, to return to my family, to improve relationships, and to eat happily at the same table at the end of the day. I have always been repulsed by how some people glorify
I was making lace during the day, and studying for hours at night.
When I was 16 years old, my father took me from school because I had a boyfriend. For 2 years, I did not go to even the garden of our house. They did not let me to see anybody. They imprisoned me in the house.
I’ve always thought that veiled women’s and trans women’s fights are the same.
Hello, dear You Won’t Walk Alone team. The way you become the voice of some people who are being forced into veiling is very transformative, and it makes a person feel not alone. Actually, it can be said that you are doing good deeds in
I am colourful in every aspect of my life.
Hello, I am 17 and a bit “colourful” girl. I am colourful in every aspect of my life. Including my sexual orientation, my hair style, my fashion sense, the way I talk. I dye my hair to different colours, like blue, purple, pink. I get
I want to say, “No, I don’t come to Jumu’ah because I’m an atheist.”
Hello. I’ve been following this website almost since it was created, and I think it’s very successful work. I hesitated writing here – I didn’t write because the topic was headscarves. I wanted to send a message, saying that there might be men who are
A cook, a housekeeper or a hooker who works for peanuts.
I grew up in a conservative family. And in here, you need to get married in order to have a partner. I had a religious education life that is isolated from outside world for 5 years. I haven’t had a real-life experience. Then I