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A former journalist, a freelance content creator and a mom blogger who can be found scribbling away in her many diaries, when she’s not entertaining or learning from her toddler daughter. A spiritually-inclined woman whose idea of feminism is ever-evolving.
Can a bikini liberate? My middle-class Indian values have always found the idea confusing. But when I wore it for the 1st time at the age of 36, it made me feel empowered and liberated!
A review on Kriti Sanon's Mimi. It is a bundle of contradictions- but an emotional ride that brings a lot of food for thought.
Sanitary pad ads set unrealistic standards for women to 'fly and slay' while bleeding, masking the issues of health and discomfort suffered by women.
Were you also asked not to wear shorts at home because there were men around? Did you wonder why you had to do so? I may have answers!
She was labeled crazy and the 'mad one' because of her quirky habits and rage. A woman voicing her opinion is often termed crazy, isn't she?
With a new baby in a new country without friends or family, I waited for my baby blues to get over and felt like I was losing myself, until...
I was born and raised following a different religion than the one I follow today. But how does not following your religion make a bad woman?
The first time we met, she told me about all the things I would need to create a home in her country. She was an American married to an Indian.
Seeing Saroj Khan was believing that dancing actually had nothing to do with one’s body weight or shape. If one had the desire to dance, one could dance.
Racism, casteism, colourism and body shaming are a part of our society, often disguised under the garb of 'jokes.' This why they need to be addressed.
As a former Shahid Kapoor fan, here’s why I’ve an issue with Shahid Kapoor’s choice of Kabir Singh. And why in 2020, we don't need such misogynistic ideas.
Today, as I flip through one of her black diaries, I see a pattern. Some pages are filled with a lot of red. It didn't matter what she drew, it was all red.
George Floyd's death in Minneapolis made me reflect upon my own biases as an Indian in the US. And now, I am unlearning my biases and learning acceptance.
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