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Love does not recognize physical Boundaries

December 12, 2013

Social Action 2014

Love does not recognize physical Boundaries

The Afghan woman has been portrayed with a mixture of concoctions in the media since the collapse of the Taliban in 2001. Afghan women have been spoken of, and they have been depicted on the covers of national magazines as voiceless, faceless, and nose-less. They have been epitomized as victims of the most atrocious human rights in the world. During the last thirty plus years of war in Afghanistan, three decades of gruesome battle, the Afghan woman has experienced the shocking dispossession from everything loved, surviving in the midst of abject poverty, foreign and civil warfare, and staggering epoch of the Taliban. Their only crime is simply being born in Afghanistan as a woman in an era unfavorable to their gender.

The Afghan Mona Lisa: An Epic of the Unvoiced and Anonymous Women of Afghanistan weaves the threads of Afghan society and its enduring consequences with Afghan national traits onceā€¦

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