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Sometime back, I read an article about “Diversity and Inclusion”. The article had an important statement about the thin line of differences that exists between diversity and inclusion. It stated, “Diversity is being invited to a party, Inclusion is being asked to dance”. Diversity and inclusion is a boarder term in the workspace and the […]
A woman is the first enemy of another woman! This statement is not to generalise any gender or is against feminists or feminism. The experience turns out to be the statement! I refer to myself as a feminist. However, this word has turned out to be a bad word. It is because most of the […]
The lack of pressure to get ready and travel during periods, the ease of disposing of sanitary pads and better rest, etc., made it easier as a working woman.
Being a salaried employee, though income is stable the income growth is limited which don't commensurate with the tax rate and cost of inflation & living!
This is a late post on appreciating the Monica of my life! Interestingly, when I wanted to refer to and relate to my female friend and our relationship with any movie, unfortunately, I couldn’t find any of it except for Monica and Rachel from the series Friends. I realised we don’t acknowledge female friendship on […]
Presently, we talk a lot about feminism. We discuss issues around equality in the workspace, cinema and at home. On whose behalf are we talking about it? Does this feminism include all women or is it concerned with the privileged ones who knows about it and can talk about it? Does this feminism confine itself […]
Natchathiram Nagargirathu talks about love as a centre point in life and society, is as much political as it is personal, and how we can grow in it.
There is no such thing as a man mysteriously becoming feminine if he starts liking things that are conventionally deemed as girly.
We need to have conversations that normalise a woman's body in its infinite variety, so that women are not traumatised by the constant shaming, and men learn better or keep their opinions to themselves.
On 8th August, International Female Orgasm Day, let's understand that “every woman must shiver out of pleasure” as shown in commercial ads!
Humanising women for men must begin in every household. To every family out there, let’s take a moment to educate our boys and men about women and understand them.
Motherhood is supposed to bring you joy. But not when it is forced upon you by society! Let this momentous life decision be your personal choice, not a compulsion!
When I started watching Taapsee Pannu's Game Over, I wasn't prepared for the life lessons it would teach me. Here's what I learnt from it!
Marital rape is about more than just physical violation of a wife by a husband. There are layers of emotional trauma that it comes wrapped in.
When will the feminist belief of "equality" trickle down into the Indian households.
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