Why do people think it is OK to police what women wear, the choices they make, the careers they want to follow? What do independent women scare them so?
Symbols of marriage - the sindoor, the mangalsutra, the toe rings, etc. - do we really need to continue wearing these signs of ownership over women?
Our society is one that changes colours like a chameleon as and when it is convenient for it. Isn't it high time that the double standards were called out?
So what if my body didn’t reflect my desired gender? I wondered why my sexual preferences bothered others so much. Was it a crime if I didn’t feel like a woman?
At every stage of growing up as a parent, I realise a number of things I want my children to follow or to not follow. Here they are.
Her dazzling smile could brighten even the gloomiest of days. A year had passed since Nikhil had lost her. Submerged in her thoughts, he could feel knots in his stomach.