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Women are body shamed, slut shamed, for everything that has to do with the male gaze. Victim blamed for it too! Here's powerful poetry that speaks of this.
Media and ads promoting patriarchy is seriously undermining gender equality by pandering mainly to the male gaze and objectifying women.
Why should my gender decide my talent? Talent has no gender, and it is misplaced feminism to jeer one gender's accomplishments to elevate the other!
Sometimes, a bright young light of reason needs to shine upon the hypocrisy of the inequality of gender that has a skewed idea of what is right.
So you have a daughter who is married, and earns for herself. What about the money your daughter earns? Who has a right to a daughter's money?
Men who do housework should not be considered extraordinary. It is time they started taking up their fair share of household responsibilities.
Women are expected to be superwomen - managing a job, home, kids, everything! I don't care about becoming a superwoman. I'd rather be my human self!
We are asked to respect someone because they are older, or our in laws, or our boss. But you cannot demand respect like this. You need to be worthy of respect.
A daughter in law is often treated like an unpaid maid, even among educated people. Does it need the Supreme Court of India to force mindset change?
Unfortunate though it is, men are more heard than women in our society. It is vital, then, that men for feminism speak up, and do their bit to drive it.
Why should rakshabandhan be about a brother protecting a sister? Can't we look at it purely from the point of view of a bond between siblings?
Do any of these excuses to avoid travel seem familiar? Maybe someone you know is guilty of them. Here are counterarguments for all these excuses!
I had no awareness about menstruation, except for a warning about reporting 'blood on panties'. When it happened, I soon equated periods with pain.
Married women can also take care of their parents according to the Bombay High court. A step towards women's equality. Read to know more.
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