Domestic help, or 'maids' as people like to call them, are a comfort of living in India. But what happened when people were 'maid'less during the lockdown?
How would they survive if they couldn’t take customers? Most women had kids, or alcoholic husbands! How would they survive if they could not do their work?
No, International Women's Day is not just about celebrating women. It is about women's rights to work, live in peace, and have all the same rights as men.
A married woman single-handedly taking care of her child as her husband travels is pretty common. Why not praise these supermoms for all they do?
WhatsApp jokes and forwards. I'm sick of the stereotypes about women that are an integral part of these, that not only men, but also clueless women propagate.
I'm a WAHM. Confused? I'm that perennially misunderstood and overworked mom who tries to make a living - a work at home mom. Got it?
It's okay to cry when you need to. For too long, we have internalised this myth that crying is a weakness and something only women do.
Why don't men get asked questions like "who is taking care of your child" when they work, if women face it all the time? Is parenting only a mother's job?
You never had friends. You hated it when I made friends. You used to throw a tantrum each time I went out with a friend of mine. I stopped socialising.
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