Teach boys to respect girls and women at home, share in household work and follow rules. Treat them at par with girls, even if it is to make them toe the line.
I'm brown and beautiful. I'm happy in my own skin. I might not have a fair skin like you, but my heart and mind is fair enought to leave you blind.
When you were born, my daughter, I promised myself that I would do everything in my power to make this a better life for you than it was for me. But it has been very hard, in a society like ours.
A young woman speaks of her experience of becoming a hijabi, and talks about the misconceptions people have, the questions they ask. We're just like the rest of you, she says!
All the men and women out there who blindly follow the stereotype set about the particular gender, need to change their thinking and mindset.
With the mushy month of February just around the corner, the author questions why we celebrate love on certain days and not make our loved ones feel special on each day of the year.
The author questions the bride and groom hunt that takes place in India. She feels that marriage should be an emotional affair not a 'bazaar' where you make CVs and go bride/groom shopping.
Being a housewife is a 24/7 job and it time we appreciate their efforts and thank them.
What's the three word horror story for desi people? "Log Kya Kahenge?!" (What will people say?)
Feeling low with all the drama that society gives you? Bowed down with pressures you are forced under? This is the ultimate pep talk you need to get through today!
We blame so many things on 'society'. But who is this society if not you and me? Change begins with us. Be the change you want to see.
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