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These 10 Women’s Web posts are opinionated in the best way possible, and touched readers’ hearts and minds. Make sure you don’t miss them!
2015 was a very ‘happening’ year for Women’s Web.
We grew as a community to include over 700 contributors and added many thousands of new readers.
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We enabled our community members, especially in Bangalore and Mumbai to meet each other at fun and learning events.
We had interesting writing contests and blogathons and launched our Youtube channel too. Our core team grew as well to support all of these initiatives.
Best of all, besides the story the numbers tell, we also published a diversity of voices, allowing women to support each other, learn from each other and laugh with each other.
At the close of this year, I thought it is a great time to bring to you some of the most popular reads on Women’s Web this year. If you are a regular reader, you can revisit some posts that touched hearts and minds, and if you are new to Women’s Web, its a great collection to get started with.
Don’t Judge Women On Their Bangles, Bindis & Bicchiyas by Saumya Goyal
The Wedding Night [Short Story] by Gita Negi
My Apology Letter For Failing To Be The Ideal Bahu/Beti In Our Society by Swati Agarwal
Raising Confident Daughters by Paromita Bardoloi
11 Misconceptions About NRI Women by Vrushali J
Why Is A Woman’s Virginity So Important? by Sreesha Divakaran
The Antithesis [Short Story] by Tanvi Sinha
Why I Don’t Look Foreign Returned by Prashila Naik
Divorced At 25: How I Rebuilt My Life And Triumphed by Tanvi Sinha
Love, Rotis And A Pinch Of Wisdom From A Mother by Preethi Venugopala
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