sister-hood is an award-winning digital magazine spotlighting the diverse voices of women of Muslim heritage.


Mariam Al-Mutairi

Mariam is a young Kuwaiti writer. She first started writing when she felt the burden of being a girl in a society that guilts the skin out of you for being loudly confident in yourself. She desires to put more light onto issues that affects every Muslim woman in the Arab world and beyond.

My rebirth

Leaving Islam is hard, but leaving god is even harder. Imagine the night sky: filled with shiny stars getting closer to you. With each movement, one star appears brighter and bigger till you can no longer make sense of the…

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The humming of a withered soul

Cover up little girl: diamonds fall out of your hair when you play like a child. Cover your beauty, for it is blinding the eyes of the lion. Learn as they taught you: your hair is a hidden treasure for…

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