On International Women’s Day. it’s time to ask if we’ve really taken enough steps ahead. Read some thought-provoking pieces here!

Moitrayee Das

Dr. Moitrayee Das is a Guest Faculty at FLAME University, Pune. She holds a B.A. in Psychology, M.A. in Applied Psychology (specialization in Industrial Psychology), and a M.Phil. and Ph.D. in Management and Labor Studies from TISS, Mumbai. She has also completed multiple Diploma and Certificate courses in various subjects from different institutes in India.

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My Period Was Never Impure But Your Thoughts Always Were!

Stigma, taboo, stereotype, multiple myths and over hype defines menstruation; because who cares about water, hygiene and sanitation?

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Idolizing Kangana and Vilifying Rhea: Misogyny at its Best

Sushant Singh Rajput's case has slowly revealed the misogynistic character of social media and a face of journalism that is far from ethical. Is this what women in the media deserve? 

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‘Chittiyaan Kalaiyyan Ve!’ Bollywood And Its Obsession With Colourism

We may have left colonialism back a thousand years ago, but their ideas of colour are still deeply rooted in us, the Bala is a good example of that. Isn't it time this changed?

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Dear Bollywood, Chandana Hiran’s New Petition Wants You To Stop Objectifying Women In Songs

Objectifying women and Bollywood have gone hand in hand for the longest of times. Isn't it time to change? Chandana Hiran is doing exactly that!

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