So, I’ve noticed that a lot of my friends and acquaintances are requesting to share their excellent writings on my blog. Never in my wildest dreams did I expect my blog to become a portal where people would want to share their pieces for the whole world to view/read. And, so, it finally inspired me to go ahead and create a section called “Blog Contributions,” where I will be sharing extremely relevant pieces that my dear writers have so willingly shared.
Though, this is not to say that I accept all sorts of contributions per se, for I do not, at all, tolerate posts that are hateful, racist, sexist, homophobic, bigoted, etc. Hence, I am rather picky about what I share and don’t share on my blog. So, if you would like to contribute something, please email me at email@example.com. And, once it is approved, it will appear on my blog within a couple of days.
However, if your piece is not approved, due to specific reasons, which I will convey to you in a private email, please do not be discouraged, for this will give you the opportunity to make your writings a little more diplomatic. And I am also more than willing to help you, if needed. So, if you have something burning or pressing to say, please share it. Who knows? I just may publish it on my blog! 🙂
Below are some recent writings that my friends, family members, and acquaintances have allowed me to share on my blog. They’re very excellent pieces and I suggest you go through all of them, as they are some great food for thought. And I will be sharing many more as more people contribute. So, happy reading!
The Plague Of Marital Rape — by Shanzay
Seaside Sunset And The Beloved — by Naveen Khan
“Acid” — A Poem By Les Smith
Honour: Does It Exist? — by Abaseen
Acid Attacks On Women In Pakistan — by Shanzay
Umeed (Hope) — by Zarbakhtha
The Hands Of Time — by Durkhanai Ghani
Why It’s Okay To Admit To Suffering From Postpartum Depression — by Claire Davidson
Do You Empower Yourself When You Take Control Of Your Own Sexual Health? — by Claire Davidson
DIY Desk — by J.H. Fearless