A personal account of an abusive marriage: "Just so you know times have changed. And I am no longer that timid woman whom you and your family treated like a slave."
Why do Indian families feel that if a man has lost his purpose in life, is abusive, or suffers from any addictions, the best thing to do for him would be to get him married?
A patriarchal rural society, where my students showed that a #PressforProgress towards a more equal society could be made, if only one step at a time.
Deepa Narayan's extraordinary book Chup should be the springboard for Indian women to introspect and break the silence around gender inequality.
A woman making the choice of being single knows what she is doing, and no one has any business judging her only based on her relationship status.
Are we feminists as long as it suits us, or are we truly inclusive feminists? Here are some questions that might help you think further.