I am a woman who’s fed up with women’s issues in this country. Enough is enough. What is your problem with women in this country?
I often write about discrimination against women and children in my column. Sexual abuse cases, rape cases, assault cases, femicides...
We just had International Women’s Day. I always have two different feelings that day. One side of me is so joyous, because I am a woman. I feel with all my existence the power of being creative, tender, and constructive that stem from being a woman, and the energy of being a woman. I just want to dance, celebrate and express my passion.
She is a pathfinder, just like Saadet Özkan, a Turkish teacher whose actions led to the arrest of a principal for sexually abusing six girls between the ages of six and 11.
I have always marveled at the legendary Darüşşafaka School, a school founded on a fantastic philosophy. They believe in quality education and equal opportunities in education.
Nevin used to live alone. No husband was there to protect her. A man kept on coming to her home to rape her.
Female surgeon Professor Yeşim Erbil is one of the best in her field.
The book, which is aimed at second- and third-grade students, goes by the name of “Laughing Roses” (Kahkaha Gülleri).
There are many complaints about stray dogs in Istanbul, but the problem is still not solved.