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Issues // Politics and Society
Hijab di Indonesia: Sejarah dan Kontroversinya

Tren peningkatan pemakaian hijab menjadi peluang bisnis pakaian yang sangat menggiurkan.

by Alimatul Qibtiyah March 5, 2019
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Lifestyle // Health and Beauty
I Am Skinny and I Don't Believe There's Such Thing as 'Skinny Shaming'

No such thing as "skinny shaming", what you do have is "thin privilege" - a response to previous article on the issue.

by @cryingbrutally July 10, 2018
Lifestyle // Health and Beauty
Breaking the Taboo Surrounding Older Women: A Conversation with Alex Bruni

London-based academician and model Alex Bruni talked of ageism, beauty and sex in this interview.

by Intan Febriani June 27, 2018
Lifestyle // Health and Beauty
My Curly Hair is Not the Problem; Our Beauty Standard Is

After years of almost daily struggle to bend her curly hair to her will, she has finally come to accept that it is not her hair that needs to change.

by Aya Sadariskar April 10, 2018
Issues // Politics and Society
Ruang (Ny)aman: The Dark Side of Fashion Industry and How to be a Mindful Consumer

To end 2017, Ruang (Ny)aman discussed the dark side of fashion industry and how to be a mindful consumer.

by Camely Arta, Reporter January 4, 2018
Culture
'Girls' Night In' for Boss Women Who'd Rather Stay In

Are you one of those people who prefer to binge-watch at home with a glass of wine while your friends are out and about exploring new bars in town? Then "Girls Night In" may just be for you.

by Camely Arta, Reporter August 25, 2017
Culture
Handcrafts Exhibition Captures the Spirit of Diversity

A crafting exhibition captures the spirit of Indonesia's diversity.

by Ayunda Nurvitasari August 17, 2017
Issues // Gender and Sexuality
Office Dress Codes Sexist Against Men

That "Smart Casual" Dress Code in Your Office? It's Sexist Against Men.

by Arie Raditya June 7, 2017
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Issues // Politics and Society
Stop Devaluing Women, We are More Than Our Looks

For so long women have been taught that the only way they are considered worthy is if they're physically beautiful.

by Hana Adiningsih March 31, 2017
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Lifestyle // Travel and Leisure
The Pros and Cons of Being a Victim of "Bagcism"

If you're not into bags, particularly branded bags, you may face some discrimination. The good news is being a victim of "bagcism" comes some perks too.

by Misty Diansharira April 18, 2016