A woman’s place is her space

ON the eve of leaving for my PhD in Australia, I was personally reminded of societal expectations of my gender role as a comment was made as to whether I would be too “intellectual” for marriage.

Today, 10 years later, I still find the need to justify my place as a woman in Malaysia’s society.

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Opinion , Lyana Khairuddin , columnist


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