A poet by heart, environmental and social activist,she is keen on social issues concerning women, children, nature lover and a dreamer. She desires to bring transformation in the mind of people raising voice on discrimination and atrocities in society.
Rising crimes against women point to the disparities in women's representation within government bodies and decision-making processes.
"Sometimes being a woman seems to be a boon, and sometimes seems to be a sin"- Poetry which narrates what being a woman entails!
The author is appalled that even in the 21st century, issues like Sabarimala creep up, when there are more serious vices that need to be addressed.
The recent molestation of Malayali actress Sanusha shows women aren't safe even in progressive Indian states and how public outrage is still sadly lacking.
In a shocking incident which took place recently in Kerala, a mother was pushed down and dragged along the road before being boarded into a police van. Her crime? She was seeking justice for her son's death.
Misogyny in movies, to a large extent contributes to violence against women while also glorifying men on such acts.
Do we really help other women around us? Be it in at the workplace, home, or elsewhere in our day-to-day lives? Let's introspect!
In a recent, shocking incident in Kerala, when returning from work, a leading Malayalam actress was abducted and molested by a group of people in her moving car for an hour.
Our lives are always revolving around the thinking of log kya kahenge - what other people think of us. Is this really necessary or important?
Do we value elders and make them feel loved while they are with us? What is the use of mourning them after their death if we don't?
The richest temple in the world bans salwar kameez again and makes it to the news. If you are religious, its time to focus on your relationship with God, rather than women's clothes!
Gender inequality is so rampant even in our court verdicts - will this situation ever change? What can we, as women, do to deal with all this?
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