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Egypt’s Queen of Kitesurfing Ingie El Mor reveals the secrets of the sea!

The idea that extreme sports are just for men is an age old stereotype that recently is being destroyed thanks to badass women not just competing but masterfully pushing the boundaries of their sports. With Egypt having some of the best kitesurfing conditions in the world it is about time that Egyptian women take to…

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After ten tremendous days, CIFF comes to a star-studded close!

The 39th edition of Cairo’s International Film Festival has now come to an end and it is fair to say that this was the biggest and best edition to date. Thanks to the support of DMC we were able to stay up-to-date with all the hottest news as it happened! With all the excitement of…

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The Best from Cairo’s Big Screen Bonanza so far!

Cairo International Film Festival, the region’s only FIAPF-recognized International competitive feature film festival, returned for the 39th edition and organizers are making sure it is an event to remember. With a dazzling opening night full of celebrity faces, followed by days packed with screenings and events, here are the highlights so far as well as…

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The Egyptian beauty industry burns brightly with Oriflame

For two decades, Oriflame has been transforming the Egyptian beauty and cosmetics industry with hundreds of different fragrances and make-up products brought right to us by their network of independent consultants. Instituted in Egypt in 1997, Oriflame have spent the past 20 years not just bringing Egyptian women all of our favourite world-class beauty products,…

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Now Missguided and ASOS have joined the unretouched movement, is the age of airbrushing finally coming to an end?

Stretch marks are something that every woman no matter how slim or athletic will find somewhere on her body, they are a sign of normal growth during puberty, pregnancy, weight gain and muscle development. Despite this, for years stretch marks have been photoshopped out in fashion shoots, giving the impression of unrealistically flawless skin. Finally…

Corporate to Creative: Artist Diyala tells us of her transition.

Everyone tells us that it is important to follow your passion, but if you are in a comfortable and stable job, should you give it up to follow what you love? Diyala Salem did just that, leaving her job as a Managing Director to become a full-time artist. We spoke to her to find out…

Be a fabulous mommy for less at Jumia’s Black Friday Maniac Sale!

Health and Beauty products don’t just make the best gifts for your loved ones, they are also the best way to treat yourself to some pampering as well as giving your skin and hair the essential love they need as the colder weather sets in. With a deluge of holiday deals on the horizon, here…

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Carousel’s glamour disco concept rocked the dancefloor at Aeon!

Last week’s Grand Opening of Aeon restaurant and lounge wasn’t just a great night full of dancing, food and drinks, it was the must-attend event of the season! With an A-list guestlist of all the biggest names in entertainment such as Salma Abu Deif and Marwan Younis, from before the night even began, Aeon’s opening…

Students make viral #MeToo video, leading the fight against sexual harassment!

The #MeToo campaign brought together women across borders and seas to tell their stories, shocking the male population with the scale of sexual harassment and showing women that none of us stand alone. AUC students, Laila and Nadine, were inspired by this campaign to make a poignant video showing Laila in the streets of Cairo…

Gift the luxury of Mercedes-Benz to your nearest and dearest

Mercedes-Benz is not just everyone’s favorite make of car, it is also a brand associated with luxury and class. It is exactly this luxury that they bring to their huge range of products, from perfume to sunglasses to writing sets, that make Mercedes-Benz a go-to when it comes to buying gifts for your friends and…

A new age in hospitality: Radisson Blu’s GM Ahmed Sabry on a female empowerment mission!

After becoming one of the leading hotelliers in the region, since 2016 Ahmed Sabry has been taking Radisson Blu Heliopolis to new heights as their General Manager. What makes him different to other managers though, is his commitment to female empowerment in the hospitality industry, more than doubling the proportion of women at Radisson Blu…

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Adventuring Couple Travel ‘Around Egypt in 60 Days’!

We are all guilty of saving up our vacation allowance, dreaming of planning big trips to exciting destinations abroad,  whether it is a week on the beach in the Maldives or a trip to India’s cities. Whilst we can’t wait to escape from Egypt, husband and wife Omar and Dalia are doing the complete opposite,…

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Grohe dominates at the prestigious home and decor Iconic Awards!

Earlier this month, the international sanitary fittings company, Grohe won 9 coveted Iconic Awards in the categories; Architecture, Communication and Product, showing once again why they are industry leaders. Three of their products received ‘Best of Best’ awards, which recognise the most innovative products in the market. One of these awards went to Grohe’s ‘Blue…

Love is literally in the air with 3 Daqat! A sit-down with Abu and Yusra.

The beautiful images of carefree romance and innocent love at first sight next to a shimmering Red Sea has made everyone fall in love again thanks to Abu’s new song, ‘3 Daqat’, featuring Yusra! The catchy melody and lyrics that everyone has been singing along to since the song premiered at the El Gouna Film…

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Karima Mansour: The mastermind behind Cairo’s contemporary dance scene.

Dance is not just about movement of the body; it is about art, self-expression and cultural development, something that any healthy and functional society needs. Through founding the Cairo Contemporary Dance Center, the first contemporary dance school in the region, Karima Mansour has not just contributed to the Egyptian dance scene, she has helped to…

Hemayaa: Teaching children about sexual abuse through games, songs and acting.

Sexual abuse against children is horrifyingly common in Egypt, with 1 in 3 girls and 1 in 6 boys reporting being sexually abused in some way. What makes it even worse is that because of the cultural taboos and a lack of sex education, most children are raised completely unaware of their rights and their…

Cycling the Red Sea: Adventurer Hamsa Mansour on her newest challenge!

Egypt is definitely not the most cycle-friendly country in the world, with its rough roads, crazy driving and burning hot desert temperatures. So Hamsa Mansour’s mission to bike around all of Egypt is definitely against all odds! With a solo journey to Ismailia already under her belt, we spoke to her about the sheer determination…

Sabah Khodir brings local poetry and art the deserved attention with ‘End Quote’

Unbeknownst to many of us, Egypt has a burgeoning world of artists, from poets to photographers to painters, fighting for a space to show off their creative talents and use art to transform our surroundings. The Facebook Page, End Quote, has been created to bring this often dramatic, boundary-pushing world to light. We spoke to…

Multiple victories for designer Nihal Zaki at the prestigious International Property Awards!

Nihal Zaki’s recent multiple victories at the International Property Awards have given her incredible design work the global critical acclaim that it has long deserved. With a sparkling career, from styling Abla Fahita to creating the perfect wedding environment to her extensive work in residential and commercial property design, Nihal is a powerhouse of creativity.…

“People in Egypt hide their differently-abled kids out of shame”: Rola Moemen on a mission to raise awareness about the differently-abled!

Differently-abled children and their families have many adversities to face, from the appalling lack of support structures to the widespread misconceptions. Rola Moemen, mother of four-year-old Tala, experiences these first hand and has decided that enough is enough, starting a blog and Facebook page to provide what society has failed to. At the age of…

A paint to match your personality!

Trying to find the right paint to cover your walls is about more than just choosing things that look pretty; it is about finding something that makes your house fit your character so that every time you enter your front door, you feel truly at home. As Jotun’s two new products show us, color is…

Comedy Vlogger Sherine Arafa: “I am a feminist and I want to see change!”

Making a name for herself in the rapidly expanding world of YouTubing is Sherine Arafa with her bold and sarcastically humorous videos that have us crying with laughter and sharing her page like crazy. We met with this charismatic character to find out the secrets behind making people laugh! From picking fun at make-up tutorial…

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Feminist band ‘Bnt Al Masarwa’ sing the stories of the subjugated!

Music doesn’t just have the power to entertain or give us something to dance to, it can also be a powerful tool to make a statement and tell a story, and that is exactly what this band of four badass feminists are doing. After the success of their first album, ‘Bnt Al Masarwa’ are currently…

Decor Revolution: Wood carving couple bring ‘Pretty Practical’ furniture and utensils to our homes!

Egyptian culture is more than just about pyramids and museums; bellydancing and shisha; it is about the burgeoning local crafts scene which has had an exciting resurgence in recent years. One of our favorite examples of this is ‘Pretty Practical’, founded by Sherine and Ahmed, bringing gorgeous hand-made wooden furniture and utensils into our homes.…

Meet Roaa Ahmed who turns medical equipment into art!

The young graduate of architecture and veritable queen of volunteering, Roaa Ahmed, dedicates much of her time to improving the lives of children. Volunteering in orphanages, educational facilities in informal slums and children’s hospitals, Roaa has truly seen the best and the worst of Egypt. From these experiences, she has discovered the power of art in…

As a solo female traveler, where should you go?

Traveling by yourself as a woman can sometimes be a bit intimidating, especially if it is your first time! Not only are there the fears of being by yourself in a foreign land, but the added worry of sexual harassment or assault. On the other hand, the freedom of traveling alone can be an exhilarating…

EXCLUSIVE IMAGES! How Egyptian model Iman Eldeeb made it into Vogue.

Amongst the blonde hair, elongated limbs and pale skin that fill our magazines and TV screens, Iman Eldeeb’s curly hair, brown skin and gorgeous Arab features bring a refreshing new face to the world of fashion. With only a handful of successful Egyptian models on either the national and international stage, Iman has found that…

Ovio’s pancake month is a little taste of heaven!

No matter how bad a day you’ve had, pancakes never fail to put a beaming smile on your face, which is why this month, Ovio is a must-visit for all. For the whole of August, Ovio are offering stacks of pancakes with different flavors, from cherry, to strawberry, to blueberry at all times of the…

The Veiled Ballerina: Engy El Shazly Pliés Her Way To Center Stage!

With elegance and grace emanating from her every pose, 30 year old ballet dancer and assistant ballet teacher Engy El Shazly has a very different story to most ballerinas. Not only did she start learning ballet when she was 27 years old, she is also the first ballet dancer in Egypt to be veiled. In…

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Across Europe by bike in 29 days, 5 hours and 15 mins: World Record Holder Helmy Elsaeed tells us how it is done!

This young Egyptian Guinness World Record holder gives the word ‘impressive’ a new meaning. Not only a distance cyclist, but also a cross-country skier, Helmy Elsaeed seems on a neverending path to achieve the most amazing and challenging feats for humankind. And his most recent achievement was definitely one to behold. In record breaking time,…

Exploring Egypt’s wonders with Nada Zien Elden

With a passion for Egypt second to none, Nada Zien Elden for the past three years has made it her mission to spread her love of exploring this country’s many gems to as many people as possible through her tour organization, Let’s Explore Egypt. To date, she has completed 74 tours which she has organized…

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Home birth: Is it the right choice for you?

Although a vast majority of Egyptian women give birth in hospitals, with many of them opting to have C-sections for non-medical reasons, there is currently a growing movement of women returning to the age-old tradition of giving birth at home. We spoke to Doula, Sumaya Holdijk, about what a home birth actually entails in Egypt…

“Nobody can tell us what to sing and what not”, Cairokee’s Amir Eid tells us in response to censorship of new album ‘No2ta Beida’!

Released alongside a series of stark and minimalistic music videos, showing the band sitting and performing in a darkened room, Cairokee’s newest album is as usual all about the power and depth of the lyrics, which instantly move you. “No2ta Beida” (A Drop of White) acts as a poignant commentary on the society that we…

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Female artist Tasneem Meshad on how shapes and colors can transform our mind!

With her art being bought by Qatari Princes and murals having lined the walls of Ministry buildings, it is clear that Tasneem Meshad has a great deal of talent. But meeting in her Maadi studio, filled with art supplies and bean bag chairs, with her daughter creating stunning drawings as we talked, it was her humble…

Disaster in Sahel? Here’s what to do when stung by a jellyfish!

The Summer season is now here. Many of us have packed up our families into a car full of all of our beach gear, and travelled to Sahel, and the last thing we want is to have our holiday ruined by jellyfish stings! With all of us hearing stories of friends getting bad stings at our…

Real women stories of non-fasting shaming during Ramadan!

Men shaming women and disempowering them is no news, but women shaming other women is the real issue in our society today. In this day and age, some women are still ashamed of their periods calling it ‘bad blood’. It’s also not a surprise that this is still a topic in higher socio-economic classes and…

Avoid lumpy béchamel with Omar Shabrawy!

For recipes and food reviews that will have your mouth-watering and your stomach rumbling, Omar’s Food blog is the place to go! So we had a chat with him to find out his tricks and tips for making the perfect Ramadan dishes: 1) What is your favourite traditional Ramadan meal to cook? Ramadan is all…

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Super-Sweet Chocolate Brownie Basbousa Recipe

What is Ramadan dessert without Basbousa? Try this delicious Basbousa recipe with a little super-sweet twist.   Ingredients: 1/2 cup melted butter 1 cup sugar 1 cup plain yogurt 2 cups semolina 1/3 cup milk 1tsp baking powder 1/4 cup shaved almonds 1/2 cup cocoa powder For the Chocolate Cinnamon Syrup: 1/2 cup water 3/4…

Azza Fahmy’s The Wonders of Nature Classics; a collection to die for!

We have all looked at Victorian England and fawned over the luxurious style of the women, exuding class, elegance and poise. Attending the most fabulous events with noblemen and royalty, the women were always adorned with radiantly beautiful jewelry that has become iconic through the centuries. This Victoriana style has captivated Azza Fahmy’s inspiration in…

Eman Naguib’s secrets for picture perfect food and mouth-watering Molokhia

Everyone’s favorite budding foodie, Eman Naguib doesn’t just cook amazing food, she has the ability to make it look absolutely fantastic too. So we quizzed her to find out how we can make the most appealing, most delicious dishes this Ramadan! What is your favourite traditional Ramadan dish to make? Mahshy! What are your tips for…

Coaches not couches! Ramadan tips from Coach Yassin.

We have always been amazed by how well Coach Yassin manages to balance being a proud and active father, a committed husband and a top fitness coach. But how on earth does he manage to do all that during Ramadan when the rest of us can’t get off our sofas?! We just had to quiz…

Staying in Shape with Samira Khalil

Global Head Instructor of Cheerobics, Samira Khalil knows a thing or two when it comes to fitness and nutrition. So she was the perfect person to help us with our struggles to stay in shape this Ramadan! What is your number one favourite Ramadan exercise? My favourite is running. Are there any exercises that you…

Hala Serag El Din’s tips on having a healthy Ramadan!

Fitness fanatic Hala, knows that staying healthy during Ramadan is about more than just avoiding taking that extra piece of Katayef, so we quizzed her to find out all her secret healthy living tips! What is your number one favourite Ramadan exercise? I like to do 45 minutes of cardio or HIIT (High Intensity Interval…

The Secret to Tender Chicken and Delicious Dips with the Cairo Foodie Couple

In the past few months the Terzibashians have taken the social media world by storm with their array of delicious recipes and insightful reviews. We gave this fabulous foodie couple a few quick fire questions to get the top tips for creating the perfect dishes this Ramadan: 1) What is your favourite traditional dish to…

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Tasty treats with a twist at tortina for every 3ozooma

With so many events with family and friends, Ramadan is a time when all of our sweet-tooths go crazy. From the sophisticated soirées to the last-minute get togethers, each 3ozooma has a completely different vibe calling for completely different desserts. Luckily, tortina’s new Ramadan menu, which brings a delectable twist to the classics, has something…

Dog returned to owner dead after EgyptAir flight!

Over the years, EgyptAir have faced a great deal of criticism for how they treat customers and manage their services, but yesterday the internet exploded with news of a fresh tragedy at their hands. After an EgyptAir flight from Paris to Cairo, this gorgeous dog, pictured above, was returned to its owner in its cage,…

Ramadan is here! But that doesn’t mean it is time to forget about Minya.

29 Egyptians were left dead in the brutal gunman attack on a bus in Minya. This was just the latest in a string of assaults on the Coptic Christian community. But unlike the previous acts of terrorism, this incident was not met with the same vocal outrage. Social media was largely silent; no images of…

Netflix launched a Ramadan campaign all about female empowerment!

We are all fans of Netflix because they have provided us with hours of amazing entertainment which in turn had created hours of conversation and debate with our friends and family over plot lines and characters. But now we have a reason to love them even more: They are launching their first ever Ramadan campaign…

Killer Fries: The unpleasant truth behind this tasty treat

We are all guilty of thinking that fries make the perfect tasty side dish for any meal, and sometimes we crave eating a whole portion of fries just by themselves. Of course we all know that they aren’t the healthiest of things, but how bad for us really are they? Unfortunately, it turns out, they…

Why spend a fortune on Sahel when you can roam the world?

Every year the prices for staying in Sahel go up and up, but this year it has started to get a bit ridiculous. Although the beaches and the atmosphere are amazing, why are we spending all of this money on holiday accommodation in Egypt? If you can get your hands on a place in one…

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A Dubai Adventure with Netflix Mena!

Dubai is easily the world’s favourite vacation destination in the Middle East, and after we had the pleasure of going there to meet the Netflix Mena team it makes complete sense why. Just three days in the sun discovering the exciting world of Netflix and we had to basically be dragged back onto the plan…

8 reasons your baby might be crying at night

It is an unfortunate fact of life that babies cry at night, but sometimes it is for perfectly normal, healthy reasons and other times, there might be something wrong. Here is a helpful list of all the reasons your baby might be crying so that you can try and figure out what is going on:…

On-Demand vs Scheduled Breast-feeding? Only one correct answer to protect your baby’s development!

Although the debate continues between whether moms should breastfeed on-demand or on a schedule, according to Pediatrics Consultant, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant and Clinical Nutritionist, Dr Ghada Sayed, there is only one real choice. On-demand follows the principle that whenever the baby is hungry, the mother feeds them. For the baby’s psychological and physical…

Why Egyptian men fetishizing foreign girls is harmful to everyone.

Unfortunately society is shaped significantly by stereotypes. It is clear that there are certain ideas of foreign girls, Westerners in particular, held by Egyptian men of all ages affecting their interactions. These ideas have shaped a vision of the foreign girl as a sexually-active, laid-back creature, to be pursued in the streets and fetishized in the…

Our Favorite Mother and Baby Bonding Sessions!

After 9 months of waiting, the baby has finally arrived. It seems like there is an overwhelming number of things that need to be done so sometimes making time to just relax and enjoy bonding with your baby is difficult! That’s where these sessions come in; they are the perfect opportunity for you to spend…

Future of Egypt’s Food: Egypt’s Leading Hydro-farming Expert Explains All

Within recent years, the number and variety of leafy greens that are safe to eat in Egypt have sky-rocketed, all thanks to the innovation and creativity of one individual. Amr Bassiouny is the Founder of Egypt’s first hydroponic farm, using hydroponic technology to produce leafy greens in a more environmentally-friendly way. With this farm, he,…

Egyptian Mom and Salaty Founder, Yasmine Hammad, transforms praying for children

Although Yasmine Hammad started her company to give women a new more tailored option for prayer gowns, Salaty has been transformed into a business now predominantly focusing on encouraging and inspiring children to become passionate about prayer with specially-designed prayer mats, gowns, prayer charts and games. The idea for Salaty first stemmed from Yasmine’s realisation…

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Disney’s wish granted with Egypt’s own Marwa Gabriel named Casting Director for Aladdin

After meeting Marwa Gabriel, Egypt’s number one Casting Director who has worked on award-winning films such as ‘The Nile Hilton Incident’ and ‘Hepta’, it is no surprise that she has been chosen to be part of the team for Disney’s live-action remake of Aladdin. Her passion for the film-making process positively radiates from her, making…

Villeneuve’s thought-provoking film, ‘Incendies’, captivates the crowd.

This film is not for the faint-hearted, based on Wajdi Mouawad’s acclaimed play of the same name, Incendies promises to take you on an emotional rollercoaster presenting many dark but important themes and messages. We follow the journey of Canadian twins on their mission to fulfil the unexpected demands left by their Lebanese mother in…

Find the best of Egyptian fashion brands on #HanaGoesLocal

With everyone obsessing over the biggest international brands you would be forgiven for not realising that Egypt in fact is home to some of the most talented, inspirational and inventive designers in the world. Hana el Awadi has made it her mission to help promote these incredible local designers and brands with her new hashtag…

Reasons why we feel Marital Sex is boring and how to fire things up!

As we all know, sex is more than just a physical act between two people, it is something which regardless of if you are deeply in love with the other person or not, involves some level of emotional connection. As the emotions involved in marriage are different to those outside of marriage, it makes sense…

When anxiety hits, here is what to do!

No matter how brave a face you put on, everybody feels anxiety occasionally. Whether it is because of a looming deadline or a busy social-life or even just bubbling nerves that seem to come from nowhere, stress and anxiety can have a hugely negative impact on your life. Here are some tips for dealing with…

Confidence is Key: Female self defence Trainers share the secrets of Wen-Do

Sitting down with these five normal Egyptian women, no man would have guessed that every single one of them could have kicked his arse.  But Amany, Alaa, Yasmine, Manal and Maysoun, could do just that and more. As trainers of the form of self-defence called ‘Wen-Do,’ these women all have toolboxes full of ways to…

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“The impact of trying to build up our boys to be ‘men’, is that they usually feel more guilt than girls when they are sexually abused”: A one-on-one with Founder of SafeKids, Sara Aziz

When we raise our sons to be ‘tough’, we think we are giving them the tools to protect themselves from harm, but according to the founder of Safe, an organisation providing support and raising awareness about sexual violence against children, we are actually doing the opposite. We had a sit down with Sara Aziz to…

A Girl’s Guide to Staying in Hostels

We’ve all heard the stories of a friend of a friend who had a bad experience in a hostel, leaving a lot of young women feeling too intimidated to use hostels when they travel. But take it from someone who has stayed in hostels of all different standards from Vietnam to Germany to New Zealand-…

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Save our Animal Shelters!: ESMA needs our help to stay open

As we all know, Cairo has an epidemic of street cats and dogs roaming freely around our neighbourhoods. The situations for many of these animals is dire, with food and water being scarce, many having to protect themselves from other larger street animals and diseases such as rabies being rampant. The number of semi-feral animals…

For the love of travel and photography: A married couple roams the world together

Smashing the stereotype that marriage has to bring staticness, stability and stagnation, this traveling couple, Bassi and Amr Hamid, share with us their experiences of roaming the world and explain how having a spouse can actually make traveling better! Photographers Bassi and Amr, met through their photography before discovering their shared love of traveling. Now,…

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Sisi finally appoints qualified Education Minister!

The recent Cabinet reshuffle has seen a number of new faces enter the inner sanctum of politics, including new Education Minister, Tarek Shawky. After only 16 months at the job, public criticism towards the previous Education Minister, ElHelaly ElSherbini had been growing. Despite education being recognized as one of Egypt’s biggest problem areas, ElSherbini failed…

Meet the Egyptian Woman who gave up Banking for a life of Traveling

After deciding to leave the world of banking, Omniya Fareed took a step not usually taken by Egyptian women and started exploring the globe as a travel blogger. From the UAE, a few days before starting a 90-day trip around Europe, Omniya told us her story hoping to convince any Egyptian women hesitant of traveling…

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Want to predict the gender of your baby? Try this Ancient Chinese Calendar

Have you ever wanted to predict the gender of your baby before an ultrasound can pick it up? Or even decide the gender of your baby by choosing when to get pregnant? Well this Ancient Chinese calendar seems to allow you to do that… What’s the story behind it? Although no one really knows why…

Wheelchair incident results in Uber publicly expressing their support for the differently-abled of Egypt

For wheelchair-users, moving around the city can be problematic, with public transport being pretty much completely inaccessible and useable pavements being a rarity. These are problems that one of our magazine cover girls and advocate for the rights of the differently-abled, Maryam Mehanna knows all too well. As a result of these transportation issues, Maryam…

Egypt’s First Women-only Driving Instructor Service, Direxiona, is launched!

Although driving in Cairo, surrounded by chaotic traffic and terrible drivers can be very stressful, sitting in your own car, driving yourself can definitely be the safest way of getting around. As women, we are unfortunately well aware of the sexual harassment that occurs frequently on public transport and in taxis. Consequently, many young women…

In Defense of the Dominant Woman

Women brave enough to enter the world of business are consistently told not to be too bossy or too abrasive in the workplace because it ‘creates a hostile environment’. Dominance, we are told, hurts our career opportunities. Being ‘nice’ and ‘subordinate’ is apparently the only way for us to succeed in the working world. This…

Ministry Of Education has Ensured that WheelChair Users will attend classrooms on the ground floor!

Despite the World Health Organisation estimating that 10% of Egypt’s population is in some way differently-abled, ranging from vision impairment to various forms of motor disability, the country has been generally slow on introducing measures to combat the widespread accessibility issues that these individuals face. But this week, in one area of huge importance, a…

Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs celebrate with our Golden Girls

After their stunning victory against the reigning champions in the Woman’s Team Squash championships on the 3rd of December, our fantastic Egyptian Women’s Squash team has returned home to admiration and support. In honour of their win, the Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs held a ceremony complete with a well-deserved 75,000LE reward. Alongside officials…

6 reasons why Iceland should be our Gender Equality role model

This cold, tiny island in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean with a population of less than 332,000 is rarely in the news, however when it comes to Women’s Rights, there is a lot about this country that we here in Egypt should admire and work towards. 1. Most Equal Gender Representation in Parliament– Whilst…