Happy STEM Day! As a part of STEM day we do not only celebrate the ever growing influence of science and technology but the people behind them especially the women who influenced what we now know as modern technology.
In the world we live in today we are always in awe of the so-called pioneers of technology such Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerburg,...
was at that age, that poetry came in search of me.” Pablo Neruda described how
he discovered his passion for poetry. No one has ever grasped the essence of that
one night, I laid awake for hours, in the midst of a language, terrified of how
I was capable of turning the familiar world into poetic verses that would live
forever, the way Neruda...
“the most important thing women can do in their lives is work, so they can be independent. work was not perfect, nor was it a solution to all problems, but it was the “first condition for women’s independence,” according to simone de beauvoir,
when i was fourteen years old, i started writing poetry. it was a way for me to express everything i was feeling at that time. a lost soul in a big world, where nothing made sense, except poetry books written by a dead feminist,
My story is your usual millennial story, it began on Twitter. Between the memes and the drama I saw a tweet about something called SheCodes. I kind of hesitated at first but then I was like why not, I’ve got nothing to lose it’s only an application. I filled up the form, hit sent and forgot about it. I mean really forgot about it. A month later...