Best Of Women’s Web – Editor’s Pick For March 2012

Posted: March 31, 2012

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Continuing the ‘Best of the month’ picks we began from February, here are some of my favourite pieces from Women’s Web for this month. Enjoy reading them if you haven’t before, and if you have, revisit and drop the writers a note on what you think!

A Son Like Krishna: An Indian mother on her journey to accepting her son as gay

Feeding the Thai Addiction: Love Thai food but hesitant to cook it at home? Fear not! Our resident foodie, Somali gives you a primer on cooking Thai food in an Indian kitchen

Why is Tuberculosis a gender issue? : A good read on how tuberculosis impacts women in India

Women in the Shadow of the Gun: An interview with Binalakshmi Nepram, who works with female survivors of violence in Manipur

A Janam within a Janam: Can a woman find freedom in a prison?

She must be black, no?: Possibly our most popular post this month, blogger Sunil reflects on his own marriage and the Indian marriage market

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