Sharanya Misra

Sharanya Misra

A Software Engineer by profession and a writer by passion, I love sharing my thoughts on food, travel, books , life & anything even remotely related to women and run a blog on similar lines @

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Note To Self: Society’s Shame Lies In Every Girl’s Bosom And Dupatta

Shame, shame! How long will we accept this constant shaming of women for their clothes...and in fact, for their bodies?

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Julie & Julia Teaches Us How Women Can Follow Their Passions Despite All Odds
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The movie Julie & Julia blends classic French cooking with the determination of women to rise above their odds, to make a potent cocktail. A must watch.

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A Breath Of Fresh Air [#ShortStory]
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My parents had always taught me to be strong if I knew I was right, and that’s what I did. And yes, we did romance till his last breath.

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Welcome To 2018 – A Year To Be A Feminist Rebel Like Never Before!

A 'chalta hai' attitude makes life easier in the short-term, but the feminist rebel knows that change doesn't happen without speaking up.

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Gender Stereotypes At Work Are Alive & Kicking…Just A Lot More ‘Subtly’!

Gender stereotypes at work are well and alive - men and women both face the brunt of them, although sexists are now careful to say, 'just kidding!'

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The Day I Realized That Being In A Loving Relationship Did Not Mean We Had To Do Everything Together
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Khalil Gibran has said, "Let there be spaces in your togetherness!" The story of how my relationship became better after I dared to have fun alone.

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The Fight For Feminism Is All About Equality. But Here’s What I Will Not Fight For
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Women's fight for feminism is being seriously undermined if we expect privileges for 'being a woman'. Shouldn't it be about gender equality?

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The Story Of The Sexist Checkboxes While Registering As A Voter In India

Registering as a voter in India amply demonstrates how women are considered second citizens - one just have to look at the sexist checkboxes! A funny take.

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