Hi! I am Sara James. I started this blog with certain feelings in mind, I think, share what is it that fuels you? For me, it’s being vivid and stylish.
I love writing about my passions, what interests me, what interests others, and sharing all of my thoughts with my readers.
I believe you must bring your whole self to the table if you want to thrive in today’s crazy world; your personality, your sense of humor, and most importantly, your heart. All of these elements brought me to start vividnstylish.
For years, I have served as a useful source to those seeking inspiration, help, or advice. I finally decided to own that role and be intentional about it. I started writing about my passions, my thoughts, and curious wonderings about our world. I founded vividnstylish with a mission to give others a taste of what goes on in my mind, and I have been at it ever since.
Take some time to explore the blog, read something interesting, and feel free to reach out if you would like to collaborate on a project together.
Vivid n stylish is truly my own little passion project, gaining more and more traction each day. I hope you enjoy browsing my site and all of the unique content I have to offer. Take a look around; perhaps you’ll discover what fuels you as well.
Hello & welcome to Vividnstylish
Raising voice against misogyny
Thirty years after the adoption of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW), many girls and women still do not have equal opportunities to realize rights recognized by law. In many countries, women are not entitled to own property or inherit the land. Social exclusion, honor killings, female genital mutilation, trafficking, restricted mobility, and early marriage among others, deny the right to health to women and girls and increase illness and death throughout the life-course.
We will not see sustainable progress unless we fix failures in health systems and society so that girls and women enjoy equal access to health information and services, education, employment, and political positions.
We all, at whatever powers in our hand, will try to educate people around us, and all of those, who remain committed to womanhood, put light on the atrocities committed against women. We all should take part in it, this is the least we can do!
When it comes to female education rates, progress has been made around the world, and in many countries, girls and young women have outnumbered and outperformed boys and men at all levels of schooling for decades. Nevertheless, these advances have yet to translate into greater equity in employment, politics, and social relations.
A report from Human Rights Watch also describes how women’s rights have not been observed in some countries as much as expected; in some places, claims are made that women’s rights will be respected more, yet policies are sometimes not changed enough—or at all—thus still undermining the rights of women.
In some patriarchal societies, religion or tradition can be used as a barrier for equal rights. For example, as Inter Press Service reported, the Bangladesh government tried to hide behind laws to deny women equal rights. In Pakistan for example, honor killings directed at women have been carried for even the slightest reasons.
As Amnesty International also points out, Governments are not living up to their promises under the Women’s Convention to protect women from discrimination and violence such as rape and female genital mutilation. There are many governments who have also not ratified the Convention, including the U.S. Many countries that have ratified it do so with many reservations.
The world needs strong women. Women who will lift and build others, who will love and be loved, women who live bravely, both tender and fierce, women of indomitable will.
The Feminism part of this forum is about women's:
Nutrition, Education, Literacy, Awareness, Freedom, Place in Society, Misogyny, Sexism, Unfairness, Inequality, Right to being treated as a human being, Security, Love life, Relationship, Importance, Appreciation, Feminism