From having to cover their heads to not being allowed to give their opinions in front of their male counterparts, these women has seen it all. They have been the victims of sexism throughout their lives like many of us. There have been times when they have not been allowed to express their pain, whether it originated from the cramps during periods or whether it was from domestic abuse.
When we met them and heard their stories, it not only left us with goose bumps but also gave a rise to sense of admiration and respect for the kind of courage they display every single day of their lives hoping to have a better future for their kids.
They stand in unity, for their rights and against the stereotypes and injustice faced by them.