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Does your sanitary pad give you rashes? Do you worry about where it goes once it is discarded? With biodegradable Carmesi pads, Tanvi Johri is trying to make a difference.
Who is Kanimozhi? Interest in the 5-time Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Karunanidhi’s slightly less visible child has peaked after his death.
These lesser known coming-of-age novels with interesting female protagonists are not only for teenage girls, they’re for everyone. How many of these have you read?
Women with a voice that is heard are truly powerful. These Indian women celebrities are speaking up for those who do not have a voice and making a difference.
Men don’t face any consequences for doing it openly but women suffer from a lack of public toilets, especially if they work in outdoor spaces such as shops, markets or construction sites.
You may have read the Harry Potter series a thousand times, but did you notice the overlooked rape victim in it? A look at why the series promotes rape culture.
We get all excited about movie remakes, only to be disappointed when we finally watch them. But some remakes don’t disappoint.
The trailer of the upcoming film Sanju has outraged several people because it is a prime example of double standards for men and women.
Priyanka Chopra and Sharbari Zohra Ahmed were trolled mercilessly for an episode of Quantico, that they had no role in writing. Why are women soft targets always?
A recent report highlights that despite same qualifications, Indian women get paid 30% less than men. This has again brought to our notice the glaring gender pay gap that exists in the society.
How does Indian cinema fare in terms of female representation? And how much does it have to do with the serious lack of female writers being included?
A certain Facebook post which talked about the lack of diaper-changing tables in men's restrooms went viral as it highlighted the stereotype that mothers are deemed as the primary caregivers of the children.
Yet another incident of molestation in an Ola cab in Bengaluru on the 1st of June has made us ask if cab service providers actually take sexual harassment and assault seriously?
We've laughed with them, we've cried over them - now, from Cinderella to Coco, let us examine whether our beloved children's movies go on to pass the Bechdel test or not.
The recent case of honour-killing that took place in Kerala, shook us as it is the second such case in the state which highlights that honour- killing is not confined to North India as many think.
We often hear tales of inspiring teenagers and kids doing great things. Here are 8 such wonder kids - read on to see what they are doing now.
India is not the most LGBTQ friendly country. But, the Delta App helps the LGBTQ community create a space where they interact with like- minded people and form a network in a safe and secure zone.
Most people have been very supportive of #IPLWomen, yet the turnout at Wankhade stadium for the first match was quite low. We need to know the inherent reasons behind the bias against Women's Cricket.
When women tried to express their opinions in public, they were shut down with insults. Now, history is repeating itself online. But, women are calling out to online abuse through the hashtag #ToxicTwitter.
Based on my own journey with feminism, I’ve put together a list of articles by feminist writers that could help if you really want to learn about it.
Fed up of gajar ka halwa feeding mummyjis, autocratic babujis, and their anodyne children? This list of unconventional families in Indian movies presents you with some unusual choices.
Amoli, a new documentary on child trafficking is being released on 7th May. But what does child trafficking mean to us – the common people of India?
What is with the sexualisation of girls at a young age? Why do we not easily find clothes for girls that are comfortable and not 'girly'?
“I find success in even the smallest of life’s struggles,” says Somya Sahu. Her story is one of the most interesting that you’ll ever hear.
Sukhnidh Kaur, a student of Psychology and Economics at St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai, conducted an interesting survey on the homophobia faced by young school students.
In the spirit of intersectional feminism, let’s take a look at some of these amazing Indian women on Google Doodle. How many do you know?
A recent tweet attributed another ‘boys will be boys’ comment to Samajwadi Party leader Mulayam Singh Yadav. While that turned out to be a parody, it’s a common enough attitude. Mulayam Singh Yadav is known for his infamous comment, “ladke, ladke hain… galti ho jati hai‘ (boys will be boys… they commit mistakes).” He was […]
Female flight attendants on Cathay Pacific recently won the right to wear pants on the job. But where do the airlines of India stand in this regard?
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