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My brain asked me what was in the name? What’s in the nomenclature game? Labels after more labels! What’s in the bloody name!
A heartful poem about homecomings and farewells!
I know you're thinking...not another article on feminism! I feel you. But this article is not about feminism but its failures as a movement, especially in India.
Introverts need peace and quiet to feel comfortable with their lives, and are often judged by most people as 'snobbish'. Here’s a nuanced experience of being an introvert!
What do ordinary men around us truly think and feel about this 'man's world' run by men for men? Here are some interesting and unexpected answers.
Right to dissent is a part of democracy but has it lost its essence over the years? We shouldn't fear dissent and chaos as its the only thing which leads to revolution.
Brides are supposed to be demure, and cry at their wedding. After all, they're leaving behind those they love. A bride who isn't like that? Tsk, tsk.
After I saw a picture of me as a child, I kept thinking of what I would say to my 8-year-old self. Here are the 9 life lessons I'd give her.
The psychological and economical effects in pursuing impossible "beauty" standards deserve widespread attention.
The migrant workers aren’t a ‘burden’ but rather they are the ‘housewife’ that our economy was once in love with and married.
New Female Tribes by Rachel Pashley offers us many clues as to why women make great leaders, leading from the front during the Covid-19 pandemic.
This lockdown isn’t easy for me because of the restrictions in my movements but it’s even less easy for my house help. But here’s what I know I can do for sure, whenever I get the mic, I can pass it on to her.
Laugh lines are also a part of ageing - celebrate it!
A poignant description of the emotions of citizens of a country at unrest.
Sometimes, when it feels like a burden to be and act like a ‘human’, an animal can often teach us how to be better versions of ourselves in such situations.
From the day a girl is born, she has several impositions put on her- right from how she talks to whom she talks to. Isn't it time we taught our girls to rebel?
Every person suffering from anxiety has different symptoms and coping mechanisms. The author too had her own set. Here is how she overcame her anxiety.
Anya finds reality leaving her again. She sits down. Blinks, opens her eyes. Smiling, she starts thinking of the new memories. Then she starts panicking.
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