It's time to create a distinct identity and fight for a community which perhaps has forgotten that it can, and it should fight.
Social media is one of the only outlets that people have in a country like Sudan, where the state tightly monitors the national media.
Women might not run the country better, but they definitely have the right to try.
It's the 21st century and we still hear about acid attacks, Dalit oppression, an alarming climate crisis, and yet, what hundreds of citizens chose to be angry about was food.
As someone who takes the metro nearly everyday and pays roughly Rs 4,000 per month, I see myself siding wholly with this decision.
Women from different communities, religions and castes feasted together in public to lay claim over a male-dominated space.