Maryam Wasif Khan

  • Early last week, I wrote about class and the rewriting of certain feminine narratives pertaining to the body of the woman in the public sphere. I mentioned, in that essay, a certain silence around liberties taken with the female body in spheres of privilege, and in spaces celebrated for their elite ...

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  • For my first trips to Ichra Bazar and Shahalmi, I recall, quite clearly even now, draping my twelve-year old self in not one, but two oversized shawls, covering and re-covering every possible inch of flesh in order to shield myself from the possibility of being touched or groped by a passing ...

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