Mahsa Azar Nivar
Women stand firm in our unstable society that is constantly erasing their identities and they are striving to achieve their great goals.
Being a woman is not a showcase of a perfectly shaved and wrinkle-free body. A woman’s body is a trace of the bittersweet experiences of her life. Her body cannot be censored, it is a censorship of the self-sacrifice, love, betrayal, depression, and happiness she has experienced.
Sometimes cultural, religious, ethnic pressures force her out of the mold of being a woman and turn her into a hanging fetus that even her mother cannot save her or get stuck in a cocoon that has no choice but to become a butterfly.
Being a woman means becoming a butterfly, separating from the cocoon is a woman’s job. Women know how to free themselves from bondage and captivity.
© Mahsa Azar Nivar