Being A Woman

By Dana Newman Eleven years ago, fresh out of college, I decided to pack what could fit into two Duffle bags - sell everything that couldn’t at a yard sale - and move from my home in sunny South Florida to Prague in the Czech Republic. A few months after that, I fell in love... Continue Reading →

380 días nadando a casa

By Juls En dos años he cambiado cuatro veces de llaves, de paisaje, de casa. Eso me hizo obsesionarme un poco con la idea del hogar, y por pura serendipia, la semana pasada me contaron sobre el concepto de Heimat, una palabra alemana que se refiere a la noción espacial de hogar, al sentimiento identitario.... Continue Reading →

Girl Who Is Loved

By Aryana Sahai Namaste, I am Aryana and this is my story. It all started in 2018 when my parents took me on my first trip to India for two weeks. I was only seven years old at the time. I was so impressed with all the beautiful temples, colors and delicious food, but my... Continue Reading →

Journey to Enoughness

By Akosua Dardaine Edwards When I found myself having to answer the question, "Who Are You?", I was more than 5,000 miles away from home about to facilitate a training session with a group of women I met monthly at what they called a V&S, a village and savings meeting.  The women do the sessions seated... Continue Reading →


By Europe & Me's Nicoletta Enria and Friederike Sandow The term womanspiration, encompasses the magic of solidarity between and inspiration from those who recognise as female. On this occasion, we’ll opt for the more inclusive ‘womxnspiration’, a term that rids transphobic sentiments and embraces the intersectionality of current feminist movements (more on how the term... Continue Reading →

In conversation with A Tribe of Women

A Tribe of Women has collaborated with Europe & Me (E&M). Every issue of E&M will now feature one of our blog articles, while readers of this blog will regularly read articles by Europe and Me. To begin this collaboration between platforms, here's an interview done by E&M with the founder of A Tribe Of... Continue Reading →

A (Late) Feminist Awakening

By Friederike Sandow I got into feminism pretty late. I would have never used the word feminist in my early twenties, even mid-twenties, to describe myself. I probably did not fully understand the term and shied away from it. Because whenever the term feminism was thrown around when I was growing up, it was instantly... Continue Reading →

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