When Pushpika Freitas returned to her home in Mumbai, she didn't set out to reshape women's economic realities. But that's exactly what she did.
Juliet Acom shares her grandmother's wisdom with the world.
Despite challenges and push back from her husband, Stephanie Mah launched her own business and transformed her life.
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After a difficult birth led to a cesarean section, Karen Axalan was shamed and judged. She reminds us that, as women, it is the uniqueness of our experiences that give us power.
After her child was diagnosed with sickle cell disease, Juliet Acom made it her life’s mission to educate others.
As a young girl, Sarah Sofia looked forward to the day she would be circumcised. When she entered high school, she learned the truth about the painful and unnecessary practice.
As a child, Sujata Gopal was made to believe she and her sisters were inferior. After learning to be proud of her gender, she has a message for others.
Ndi Veronica Ngum grew up with a disability that threatened her independence. Now, she’s a powerful disability rights activist working to empower others.
Despite cultural pressures, Tumanjong Miranda's father raised his sons and daughters to champion gender equality.
At World Pulse, we know that every voice matters. So when members from 71 countries worldwide raised your voices in our Community Survey, we listened. And we were amazed by what we heard.
STEM activist Adannawrites a letter to the subject she feared most in school.
In hindsight, I wish I knew what I know now about your importance and your value.
After her country was hit by three tropical storms in rapid succession, Karen Axalan reflects on the strength of women who live in disaster-prone areas.
After leaving an abusive relationship, Lukshana Gopaul discovered the power of gratitude.
Patricia Sugi shares her first period story and asks us to come together to help vulnerable girlsembrace menstruation.
Initially hesitant to share her #MeToo story, Ali Weeks speaks out to reclaim the upper hand.
Aparna Gopan reflects on a culture that teaches double standards, silence, andshame.
A survivor of sexual abuse and HIV, Musenge Musomali gives thanks to the organization that saved her life and inspired her to start her own foundation.
Ngwa Damaris Ngum shares her philosophy of peace and gives thanks to the woman who transformed her world view.
Reeti KC pens a letter to the woman whose support changed her life forever.
Kike didn'tlet perfectionism hold her back from realizing her dream of learning how to code.
The pain of watching her father lose his memory inspired Nakinti to take the first step towards changing her community’s perception of dementia.
As an officer in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police force, Janet Merlo faced relentless sexual harassment. She spoke out — and became the face of a landmark class action suit against the force.
Growing up in Pakistan, Aysh Khan had to fight for her right to go to school. Today, she has a message for young girls who want to follow in her footsteps.