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I now run my self-funded startup, FilmSpeak.
I was a 16 year old in love and trying to reach my boyfriend, with whom I had just broken up. He shouted the word 'prostitute' at me for my pains.
Every time I see the couples working together in the kitchen, my heart fills with joy. Because that's how it should always be, right?
My University degree will help me attain my dreams, not learning kitchen skills to perfection, though I can certainly cook for myself.
But, my father taught me to change the narrative! Yes, I am a feminist because my father taught me to be so.
While some woman may enjoy being called 'sexy,' I don't. It makes me feel uncomfortable. Here are a few more reasons why I don't like it.
I have been called 'sexy' by many people, but does that make it Ok for you to expect me to talk about sex with you or fantasise about me? NO.
Most of our movie going audience can’t handle too many complications on screen. As they walk into the theatres, they're looking for entertainment, rather than intellectual or emotional satisfaction.
It was towards the end of my first year, I decided to give up trying to please my teachers. I realised I would always be an outsider in my department.
No matter how much you love someone, you fail to comprehend their daily challenges or measure their personal growth.
As a skilled professional, if you are being given the same responsibilities and recognition as an intern would be, it's time to start asking if entrepreneurship is a better deal for you.
It's the first day of the new year! 2019 lies eagerly before you, to be embraced with love and positivity. However, if you are not already enjoying the festive vibe, you are probably also broke!
The author says that celebrity worshipping is common today. But, celebrties are human too and not 'flawless', so let them be.
A mother who pushed her daughter to be strong, is still running in her 60s, unable to slow down and enjoy the world. What should this daughter do?
The holiday cheer is making the author miss many things and she hopes that Santa fulfills her wish and makes her see her family.
It has been almost a month since I saw Bird Of Dusk at the Jio MAMI 2018, and it is only now that I am writing about it. This is because the overall experience was so mesmerizing and inspiring, that my brain desperately needed sufficient time to absorb it!
Its highly important for parents to accept their daughters the way they are. Holding her back would do no good. Let her achieve by being outspoken.
Single women in the city, even in one considered as progressive as Mumbai, cannot chase their dreams freely; here's an account of how trouble-making neighbours react.
While movies and TV mostly reinforce regressive ideas about Equality, a cartoon series, Doraemon, is teaching kids about progressive principles. This post makes some interesting observations!
The recent attack on Jadavpur University students who were protesting against the harassment of a female student has shocked the country, but the #Hokkolorob campaign aims to keep the protest on.
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