For far too long, voices of girls and women of Arab descent have been silenced.

Arab Girl Syndrome (AGS) is an inherent feeling of inequality rooted in sexism manifesting itself in Arab tradition.

The AGS competition was established to create a published collection of writings and original artwork that shed light on the experiences of Arab females from all over the world.

Entries were submitted between September 15, 2015 and ended on January 31, 2016. Arab girls and women from all parts of the world who had similar spats with sexism and inequality weighed in with their words.

Out of all the entries, fifteen pieces were selected to be a part of this publication. These letters and poems offer readers a small glimpse into the lives of Arab females.

The Arab Girl Syndrome E-Book is now available on Amazon.