Hosni Mubarak

Growing Pains, Egypt, The WILD Mag

Growing Pains, Egypt

by: Blaine Skrainka

As the regime of Hosni Mubarak fell, the world witnessed the birth of a democracy. Today, the compelling images streaming in from Tahrir Square have mostly come to an end, but the struggles continue. Early […]

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Egyptian Women Rise Up in Tahrir Square


by: Blaine Skrainka

Earlier this week, thousands of women took part in a march of historic proportions, taking to the streets of Cairo to demand women’s empowerment and decry the brutal attacks on female protesters. The women of […]

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Aliaa Elmahdy poses nude in defiance


by: Blaine Skrainka

Egypt’s now iconic Tahrir Square is in its fifth day of resurgent protests after the resignation of civilian leader, Prime Minister Essam Sharaf. The Egyptian people remain deeply dissatisfied with the traditional power structure that […]

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