Thirteen-year-old Monifa and her 10-year-old sister Naima live in London, but were born in South Africa to an English mother and Nigerian father.View More Two Sisters Born To a Nigerian Father And English Mother Talk About Being Mixed Race In London
A mother of two from a conservative family in southern India, Kanakadurga was told over and over again by her relatives how a good wife should behave.
She should obey her husband’s wishes. She should adapt to his family’s ways. And she should not even contemplate visiting the Sabarimala temple, one of Hinduism’s holiest shrines.View More She Made History By Entering A Holy Indian Shrine. Her Family Locked Her Out Of The House
Hind Albolooki fled the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in the wake of threats from relatives for wanting to separate from an abusive husband.View More Seeking Protection from Abuse: An Emirati Woman’s Ordeal
Reshma Saujani is the author of the book “Brave, Not Perfect,” out now from Currency, and founder and CEO of Girls Who Code.View More Girls Who Code CEO: How A Typo Can Be A Radical Act Of Feminism
Melania Trump has decorated the White House for Christmas and not everybody is loving it.View More Not Everybody Likes Melania Trump’s White House Christmas Decoration
Cardi B and Offset have split again. This time it seems like they may not be coming back together. The couple may also be getting a divorce.View More Cardi B And Offset Have Split Again, And This Time It Looks Final
Jennifer Hosten was the first black woman to be crowned Miss World in 1970 from the Caribean Island of Grenada.View More How Jennifer Hosten Became The First Black Woman To Be Crowned Miss World In 1970
All three lawyers, Amr Abdel Salam, Hamido Jameel al-Prince and Wahid al-Kilani, who sued Rania Youssef with public obscenity and incitement to debauchery for wearing a sheer dress to the Cairo Film Festival have withdrawn their charges.View More Suit Against Egyptian Actress, Rania Youssef, Over Dress Worn To Cairo Film Festival Has Been Dropped
Justin Bieber has just announced that he is a “married man”. Before now, there have been a lot of unconfirmed reports about Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin secretly tying the knots, especially when she changed her name to Hailey Bieber on Instagram.View More Hailey Baldwin Is Now Hailey Bieber After Secretly Tying The Knot With Justin Bieber
A Moroccan woman butchered her lover, chopped his remains into small bits and fed them to construction workers with rice.View More Moroccan Woman Cooked Ex-Lover And Served Him To Construction Workers
It is no news that ever since leaving the White House in Since leaving the White House in January 2017, Michelle and Barack Obama have been enjoying the one thing they lacked during their eight years as first couple: alone time.View More Life After The White House: Here Is How The Obamas Are Rediscovering Romance
A court filing by the Justice Department has ruled that The White House can pick and choose which journalists are given a pass to cover it.View More Donald Trump Is Using A Female Intern As A Pawn To Smear A Journalist’s Image
Melania Trump has just forced Mira Ricardel, the White House deputy national security adviser, out of her job.View More Melania Trump Just Forced White House Deputy National Security Adviser, Mira Ricardel, Out Of Her Job. You Would Be Shocked To Find Out Why!
Former First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama wrote a passage in her new memoir, “Becoming,” about how Laura Bush, her predecessor had offered her help to Obama when she became first lady. According to Michelle Obama, Laura Bush had said that if she needed help she was just “a phone call away”.View More Melania Trump Rejects Michelle Obama’s Offer To Help
Not a lot of people know the gravity of slavery in Africa. Many even think that Africans went of their own accord across the sea before they were made to work in plantations. However, that is not the case, as Africans were sold by their fellow Africans, and some were captured during wars before being sold into slavery.View More Slave Revolts On Ships That Took Place Between 1730 And 1841 During The Middle Passage