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A mother talks to her son, about sexual harassment in public spaces that women go through everyday. Even when women speak up against it, few passers-by respond to help her out.
A mother talks to her son about her own experiences of sexual harassment on streets. She asks her son to see women and girls as his equal and respect their bodily autonomy.
A very famous designer store in Mumbai, fat shamed a woman who went to buy a dress in their store.
We talk to 22-years-old Nanditha Hariharan, who recounts her experience as a volunteer in the #ChennaiRains and how everyone rushed to help each other.
There are many religious places in India, where women are barred from going because they are considered impure, for one reason- Women menstruate.
Have you ever spoken to your son about Consent? The best time to teach boys to be respectful of others is when they are young, says this post.
In a path-breaking judgement by the Supreme Court of India, it ruled that a woman’s right over property under the Hindu law is absolute.
In Assam, where witch-hunting is still practiced, Birubala Rabha is a crusader, trying to fight against it. Here's her story.
Women Beyond Boundaries is a team of 3 women who drove from Delhi to London, approximately 12,000km crossing 13 countries. Here's their story.
Here Dr. Divya Sudarshan discusses in detail the causes and cure of PCOS ( poly cystic ovaries syndrome). A must read for every woman.
The sex workers of Sonagachi, Kolkata are changing their lives through collective efforts. Here's how.
Do you know how sexual harassment law at the workplace works? Here is a detailed account. Know your rights.
Allahabad high court passed a landmark judgement that children of rape victims can have access to ancestral property of the rapist or biological father.
Though living with disability Rajeswari's essence is her words that come to life through her poems. A published poet of 50 poems, this is her story of hope and courage!
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