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My days are busy, physically exhausting, there are times when I feel drained but every single day is a day in the life I chose for myself. And that, is peace for me!
A social worker witnesses young girls' dreams shattering due to regressive norms; social change is slow indeed.
Why do we need hate? Why does the prospect of punishing someone without the judiciary click with so many people? Let's look inside ourselves.
Sexualisation of a person they're attracted to comes naturally to adolescents. The problem lies in them being stuck at this phase, and maybe we're to blame a bit.
Every mom is different, with a different experience of pregnancy, childbirth, early motherhood, and other things. Why question her normal?
Who am I to correct someone who is just figuring out the world and almost every day is coming across something new and amusing?
All I See Is You a movie that deals with the many trials and tribulatins of relationships, where audiences come face to face with raw human emotions.
Staying home all the time can really get to you, and what with the extension of the lockdown, I'm sure you'd love these American series.
Watching the series finale of the mockumentary series Modern Family was tough on me. But the extension of the lockdown means, I might binge-watch it again!
Kiara Advani (of Kabir Singh 'fame') makes a mark in Netflix movie Guilty, that tackles the entitlement of men, thinking they have the right to decide who “asks for it” and who doesn’t.
Growing up, so many things change, but a girl growing up into a woman has had to always guard against being considered just a body, so much less than she really is.
Who can decide which of women's choices are valid or not? Isn't feminism all about respecting choices of all women, whoever they are?
The person coming to pick her up would see through the deceptions and would want her to be the bubbly charming self that she usually is.
Men do not realise their privilege in Indian society - no one does, actually, and what is OK for a man can never be OK for a woman. Unless we question.
“Your husband, your house and now your son are your only responsibilities." she remembered her mother telling her on the day Harsh was born.
Relationships are more about independence than controlling your partner and respecting their choice. Why, then, are love and control made synonymous?
Motherhood isn't a single feeling. It's a mixture of millions of feelings and thoughts. And they're equally simple and complicated. A mother shares.
A mother looks at her daughter, so carefree, and wants to protect her from a world in which girls' and women's laughter is looked at as provocative.
For the longest time, we have been afraid. Afraid to have an opinion, afraid to voice our doubts, afraid to feel and slowly, afraid to even think something that doesn’t conform to the age old or popular views.
Malaika Arora hasn't behaved like the 'bechari' that society expects divorcees to do, and this lack of 'appropriate' behaviour has trolls attacking her with vitriol.
The trip was a good decision to get to know and form a bond. After all, without understanding and respect, no relationship can work!
Our society reeks of sexism and it is seen in all spheres of life, be it songs or the good old fairy tales. It is time we rewrite them.
As NGOs face pressure to raise funds by showing their "success stories", the author reflects on how the ordinary stories of quiet, everyday change and progress are left behind as unworthy.
Unleash the power of your individuality; love, adore and celebrate yourself
An evocative poem about finding the light within! Read on.
#ThisIsNotConsent is the brand new hashtag in town and another reason to feel ashamed and angered at the world and the way it perceives a woman and her choices.
The poet writes about how a woman is controlled right from childhood. But she needs to stand up for herself, and some women do.
With #MeToo gaining strength in India, it's important to understand the basics of Consent. And also, that we can listen to survivors with an open heart, without becoming the judges ourselves.
Say it loud and clear, ladies, that what you need from your spouse is a partnership in making family decisions, and support in your personal decisions - not "permission".
Hindi movie Stree, released recently, is a reminder for society to treat women well, else consequences are severe writes author Riti.
Army wife or a woman married to a man who is in the army? The difference is nuanced, and I am more than just that 'wife' who will focus on her husband.
The ability to think rationally, form opinions and question the existing norms and traditions has to begin at a very tender age. Who better to help children with these than parents and teachers?
Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas seem to have sealed the deal with a ring, and annoyed some in the bargain. Why must a woman's choices be under this constant scrutiny and double standard?
My mother-in-law cannot be my mother, who holds a special place in my life. But we can work towards a unique relationship if we recognise each other as individuals.
Wild Wild Country, on the quest of 'Bhagwan' a.k.a Rajneesh a.k.a Osho offers interesting insights into what makes a cult tick - at least for some time!
A mother reminisces her pregnancy days and urges every expectant mother to know that there is no such thing as a perfect pregnancy.
A daughter expresses her gratitude to her parents for giving her an upbringing that made her realize the importance of equality and gave her the freedom of choice.
An evocative poem that delineates the inner turmoil of a woman.
The concern of every parent for the future of their child, in an India that seems to have normalised gender based and sectarian violence. Are we worried enough?
We, the people of India, have a rich culture to fall back on, but have distorted everything to an extent where we need to rise up and fight against it.
Every day, the news speak of violence against girls, women, babies... how much do we really empathise with them, secure in our own lives?
I condemn the rape of any human being. If you choose to side with the culprits, you are also a rapist.
The burgeoning sexuality of a young girl scares society so much that she is handed a bunch of do's and don'ts. Completely unfair!
They were just doing what good human beings do, but their help has kept my family intact today, and my deep gratitude for them!
Criminalising marital rape is a no-no for our governments, on dubious grounds. Unpacking the flimsy reasons that we use to justify this crime even today.
Why do people think it is OK to police what women wear, the choices they make, the careers they want to follow? Why do independent women scare them so?
It is everyday sexism that we take for granted that gets a vicious grip on mindsets and creates the molester among us. The onus is on us to change.
Sexism is an everyday thing for most women. Yet, they live, love, and laugh, despite everything that they face just because of their gender.
To protest against menstrual prejudices, there has been women who had decided to bleed free in the recent past. But is it okay to bleed free in public?
The author, who works in a school, is left surprised by young Fardeen's question.
Dil Dhadakne Do, directed by Zoya Akhtar, inspires and encourages you to listen to your heart and hear the inner voice that we conveniently ignore.
We have all met a woman who left a lasting impression in our hearts. She could be your mother, sister, friend or aunt. Read on to know in whom the author met her bold and beautiful lady.
Do you believe equality and individuality are critical to women's lives? You will find the popularity of 50 Shades Of Grey movie baffling.
What does it take for a woman to know herself and her potential? Here's a poem about a woman's worth
Blaming the victim in cases of molestation and sexual assault makes us feel smug, but is only paving the way for the next victim to be assaulted.
Being a woman means having to put up a fight each day - for safety, dignity, and respect. Here's a poem about the life and battles of a woman.
Moral policing has become increasingly common in India. Are we curbing individual rights in the name of Indian Culture? Why must we allow vulgar minds to define Indian culture, asks this post.
As empowered women, it is time for us to introspect on whether we subscribe to any gender stereotypes ourselves, and if so, drop them.
The ALS Ice bucket challenge has taken social networks by storm. Are we participating for the cause, or for the fame? This post puts things in perspective.
We're told often that we're not good enough. What does this do to our happiness? Are you apologetic about your imperfections? Don't be, says this post!
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