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Women have always been photographed through a 'male lens', looking at them as sexualised 'objects' - here are ordinary women of Bhutan, going about their lives, seen through a feminist lens.
Little things in everyday life matter, and our kids pick up subliminal messages about gender and their identity, not just from what is said, but more from what is done.
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.
Sushmita Sen is the feminist icon for most Indian women today, a strong, independent, and no-nonsense person who believes in charting her own life.
An Indian short film, 'Period. End of a Sentence', shortlisted for the Oscars, will hopefully encourage the conversation around menstrual taboos and the problems faced by our girls and women.
The taboo on talking about sex has made dolls for the "husband's pleasure" of us Indian women. Let's get a bit dirty and uninhibited, and talk about sex so that we know what pleasures us.
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