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Self-immolation Herat, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Self-immolation Herat, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Self-immolation Herat, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Self-immolation Herat, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Self-immolation Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Self-immolation Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Self-immolation Herat, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Self-immolation Herat, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Self-immolation Herat, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Self-immolation Herat, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Lying in a hospital operation bed to get her treatment the 20 years old Rezagul whose nose was cut by her husband asks for justice and help, January 2016. © Farzana Wahidy

Lying in a hospital operation bed to get her treatment the 20 years old Rezagul whose nose was cut by her husband asks for justice and help, January 2016. © Farzana Wahidy

An unidentified Afghan sex worker fixes her headscarf to cover her face while being photograph in her Madameís house in Kabul, Afghanistan, 2008. © Farzana Wahidy

An unidentified Afghan sex worker fixes her headscarf to cover her face while being photograph in her Madameís house in Kabul, Afghanistan, 2008. © Farzana Wahidy

An Afghan women who has been convicted of adultery looks through a window in Parwan prison in a northern province of Kabul. According to this women who doesn’t want to give her name, she was raped by a man in her neighbor and has gave a birth to a child in the prison after Parwan, Afghanistan, 2010. © Farzana Wahidy

An Afghan women who has been convicted of adultery looks through a window in Parwan prison in a northern province of Kabul. According to this women who doesn’t want to give her name, she was raped by a man in her neighbor and has gave a birth to a child in the prison after Parwan, Afghanistan, 2010. © Farzana Wahidy

Afghan female prisoners in the yard of Parwan prison which is the only outdoor space for them to use, 2010. © Farzana Wahidy

Afghan female prisoners in the yard of Parwan prison which is the only outdoor space for them to use, 2010. © Farzana Wahidy

Two female Afghan prisoners chats while doing their laundry in Badam Bagh prison in Kabul, Afghanistan, 2010. © Farzana Wahidy

Two female Afghan prisoners chats while doing their laundry in Badam Bagh prison in Kabul, Afghanistan, 2010. © Farzana Wahidy

© Farzana Wahidy

© Farzana Wahidy

An Afghan female prisoner, meddle, covers her face to be safe in the photo while sitting outside of a room that she share with about other 15 female prisoners,  sits near a prison guard, right, and a child of other prisoner in Mazar-i-Shrif prison in north of Afghanistan, 2010.© Farzana Wahidy

An Afghan female prisoner, meddle, covers her face to be safe in the photo while sitting outside of a room that she share with about other 15 female prisoners, sits near a prison guard, right, and a child of other prisoner in Mazar-i-Shrif prison in north of Afghanistan, 2010.© Farzana Wahidy

Living in hiding after she has been threaten by a Mullah she criticized publicly 32 yeas old Wida Saghary and her two children being photograph in a shelter for women in Kabul, Afghanistan, July 20, 2020. © Farzana Wahidy

Living in hiding after she has been threaten by a Mullah she criticized publicly 32 yeas old Wida Saghary and her two children being photograph in a shelter for women in Kabul, Afghanistan, July 20, 2020. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy/ AP

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy/ AP

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy/ AP

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy/ AP

Jowzjan , Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Jowzjan , Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Herat, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Herat, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Jowzjan , Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Jowzjan , Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul , Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul , Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Herat, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Herat, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Herat, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Herat, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Farzana Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

Farzana Kabul, Afghanistan. © Farzana Wahidy

This photo shows pictures of 22-year-old Mubareka Sahar Fetrat, her parents in her bedroom in Kabul, Afghanistan, March 26, 2018. At the age of 21 Fetrat lost both her parents between January and August of 2017. © Farzana Wahidy

This photo shows pictures of 22-year-old Mubareka Sahar Fetrat, her parents in her bedroom in Kabul, Afghanistan, March 26, 2018. At the age of 21 Fetrat lost both her parents between January and August of 2017. © Farzana Wahidy

22-year-old Mubareka Sahar Fetrat (left) on her way home after socializing with friends in a café in Kabul, Afghanistan, March 27, 2018. © Farzana Wahidy

22-year-old Mubareka Sahar Fetrat (left) on her way home after socializing with friends in a café in Kabul, Afghanistan, March 27, 2018. © Farzana Wahidy

22-year-old Mubareka Sahar Fetrat exercises in a hotel gym in Kabul, Afghanistan, March 28, 2018.  Mubareka Sahar Fetrat is a feminist activist born in Afghanistan and she lived in Iran and Pakistan as a young refugee along with her family during the Taliban regime. She and her family returned to Kabul in late 2006 when she was 10 and Fetrat encountered feminist activism during her teenage years there. © Farzana Wahidy

22-year-old Mubareka Sahar Fetrat exercises in a hotel gym in Kabul, Afghanistan, March 28, 2018. Mubareka Sahar Fetrat is a feminist activist born in Afghanistan and she lived in Iran and Pakistan as a young refugee along with her family during the Taliban regime. She and her family returned to Kabul in late 2006 when she was 10 and Fetrat encountered feminist activism during her teenage years there. © Farzana Wahidy

22-year-old Mubareka Sahar Fetrat stands in line as she waits to receive her BBA degree from the American University of Afghanistan during her graduation ceremony in Kabul, Afghanistan, May 11, 2018. Currently she is completing her second MA in War Studies at KCL following her first MA degree in Critical Gender Studies at Central European University and plans to return to Afghanistan after she finishes her education. © Farzana Wahidy

22-year-old Mubareka Sahar Fetrat stands in line as she waits to receive her BBA degree from the American University of Afghanistan during her graduation ceremony in Kabul, Afghanistan, May 11, 2018. Currently she is completing her second MA in War Studies at KCL following her first MA degree in Critical Gender Studies at Central European University and plans to return to Afghanistan after she finishes her education. © Farzana Wahidy

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