I am an egalitarian and strive to see it around me as much as possible. I am an avid reader, a passionate writer and an ardent fan of English language. I like to observe things around me and they somehow connect with one another and make my life and my goals clearer to me.
As a new mother, only my mom was my support, no-one else. Even my feelings were invalidated, almost making me invisible as a person.
Let us recognize that moms are people too, and have a right to their downtime, no matter what the ideal of the MAA has taught you!
Gaining weight has always been considered a problem for women in a society that stereotypes them, but I've found that it is good for me in so many ways!
When the world is fighting stereotypes and redefining the meaning of beauty, the Telugu version of Malayalam super-hit movie Premam takes a step backwards. Sai Pallavi is well-known in Malayalam cinema for going makeup free in her movies. Hardly a couple of movies old, she is creating ripples in South India. She nonchalantly displays her […]
What a dupatta does for a woman can range from acting as a cape to helping your kid tag along, but no, it doesn't protect your 'honour' or that of your family's.
A girlfriend can be a fun person, but when it comes to choosing a wife, Indian men want only a sanskari woman! Aren't these double standards?
Misunderstanding feminism leads to all sorts of problems for modern women, breeding more stereotypes in the minds of those who take offence to 'feminism'.
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