Article: “Being a Girl in a Post-Soviet State”
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on Thinking-East in 2005.
Fardona (20, from Uzbekistan) tells us about her life – a life that is not easy, living in a country in which women’s rights are becoming ever more difficult to retain. She explains:
“I want to draw for you a descriptive picture of the present-day situation in my country. I’ll touch upon issues which are a pain in my neck, but I must share them with you. Yet, while negative shades shall dominate my picture, there are so many positive colours that are obscured but are really there. (After all, it is my country.)”
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