Jyothi S

Jyothi, Assistant Professor, Department of English, University College of Science, Tumkur University. Has been a teacher of English and also soft skills trainer, with special interest in writing poems, articles and short stories both in Kannada and English.

Voice of Jyothi S

If Men In The ‘Outside World’ Are So Dangerous To Women, Why Do They Roam Around Freely?

What measures we have taken to keep public spaces safe for women? How long do women have to wait to get their real freedom?

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At 40, Life Has Come To A Crossroads, And I Ask Myself, What If?

40 is the age we pause in our rush to do things, look back, and take stock. What if I had done this? What if that had not happened?  When I halt to look back on my life spent, After a deep breath of frustration and disappointment, I close my eyes, sigh and nervously ask […]

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Where Are The ‘Supportive Indian Men’ Behind Their Wife’s Professional Success?

What does a professional Indian woman need? Other than the requisite skills, a supportive family. For married women, this should mean a supportive husband.

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Why Do Female Actors Have To “Choose” Between A Career And A Family?

Why does a female actor necessarily need to choose between career and marriage even today? And when she does choose career, why do some of us have a problem?

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Revisiting Wordsworth’s Poem ‘The Daffodils’

This post is a re-reading of Wordsworth's most celebrated poems, 'The Daffodils'. The author examines how the poem is an example of 'ecotherapy'.

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