Love to dwell upon the layers within one statement.
Isn't it a collective failure of all of us who are comprising this society that we couldn't create a biosphere where everyone has at least one person with whom he can share his heart out?
Does only sexual abuse scar the soul? What about these where women are suffering since ages and take it as a way of life?
We the women do not intend to ask for equality, but just a subtle change in your mindset to accept these age-old traits in us!!
Everyone speaks of women's empowerment - while I agree that a large section of the population needs to be empowered still, maybe these men need some help too?
Looking back from her vantage point of being 40, the author gives some essential advice to her younger self, and with that, to all other younger women too.
Marital rape is deeply rooted in patriarchy, which looks at a woman as property in every sense. The "No" from a wife is not heard.
Witch hunting still goes on, you say? What nonsense. But wait. Read this, and you'll know what I'm speaking about. Ain't it easy to label a woman who won't do as you want a bitch... or even a witch?
A married woman in her 40s writes an open letter to her mother in law, telling her that it is time she be able to live life as herself, than just as a daughter in law.
The recent jibe of a seasoned politician Jaideep Kawde on another seasoned politician Smriti Zubin Irani about how the size of her bindi has been changing with every change of her husband, is not to be tolerated!
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