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Good Indian erotica is hard to come by, even though the erotic was important in ancient India. Here are some excellent erotic books you can check out.
For the modern age where we just can’t accept a "NO" and being relegated to the friend zone can be the 'worst' thing a woman can do to a man...
Go stack up on your mozzarellas and cheddars, because these drool-worthy cheese recipes make the ultimate snacks for your kids.
Doing the Popsugar Reading Challenge 2018? Here's a fabulous booklist about women by women, for doing a feminist reading challenge variation for 2018.
What started as an agreement between two friends, the #100SareePact, has become a movement that touches the lives of Indian women all around the globe.
Here’s a list of Hollywood movies with women in charge of their sexuality and more, that you MUST explore in 2018.
As more and more women's toilets in Delhi are being revamped and painted pink, I am trying to make sense of the psyche behind the clichéd move.
These inspiring travel writers will get your itchy feet going in 2018; read on for a collection of the best travel quotes we love!
In conversation with the businesswoman-cum-language teacher Pallavi Singh who is making people understand culture through language in India.
Want to catch up with your quota of entertainment this festive season? We recommend these 7 feminist series on Netflix that you might binge watch.
There are innumerable spinoffs of Jane Austen's books, proving how universally beloved her work is. Here is a list that needs to go on your TBR.
Femcyclopaedia is a campaign that uses art to illustrate revolutionary women who shaped humankind in the past, and women building a better future
“Marriage does not mean a woman mortgages herself to her husband,” stated the apex court. It is time women's identity in a marriage was recognised.
Here’s a list of Bollywood movies of 2017, that define the new age Indian cinema with their bold portrayal of the many sides of a woman.
It's shocking to see Bigg Boss, a reality show that has been repeatedly called out for its negativity through abuse and ugly tricks of all kind, reign as a prime-time family watch.
Nidhi Goyal is a disability and gender rights activist and also India’s first disabled woman comedienne. In a conversation with her she takes us on a journey of laughter, smiles and introspection.
Ever wondered how it would feel to have women honour women change-makers for the work they do? Come for the Orange Flower Digital Summit and Awards.
Lalita Iyer speaks about her life, her challenges as a mom, and her writing - something that she loves, and that helps her bond with the invisible reader.