I am an introvert. The writer in me is my extrovert alter ego. A BFTech from NIFT and MBA from XIMB, currently I hold a full-time job with a startup as a marketing manager. I love writing about issues related to feminism and mental health.
While Indian women have benefited from feminism, Indian men have remained traditional and in trouble if they don't catch up soon.
Today's older generation is struggling to grapple with a fast changing world. Let's see how we can bridge this generation gap on #ParentsDay2020?
Isn't a woman supposed to be meek? Someone who is supposed to follow? She is never meant to be a hero. But when she is a hero, let's call her a chudail.
Read this beautiful story of a young girl building an unusual friendship during her schooldays, and the conflicting emotions it leaves her with.
Indian women, especially homemakers are often vulnerable to a number of mental health issues due to a number of reasons. Here are nine of the major ones.
An angry man is always an angry man. He's not PMSing or bossy or arrogant. Why do moods exist for men as if they are normal and as a flaw for a woman?
No woman deserves to be harassed or slapped or insulted, to be denied her freedom, to be to be stopped from following her heart, to be raped. Misogynists, you don't deserve women.
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