A story of love, loss and second chances by Nikita Singh, releasing this Valentine’s Day.
This dating app ad that many think is a feel-good one reveals layers of misogyny under the gloss of an #EqualNotLoose 'modern woman'.
Women might be 'worshipped' in Indian culture as goddesses, but one just needs to look around to see how ironic and misleading this pedestal is.
An adult Indian woman recently put up a Facebook post about having told by an immigration officer that she could not travel unless she had permission from her parents or another male.
Unless every woman has the same respect and value as men, and the choice of living her life the way she wants to, women’s empowerment is a myth, says the author. Yesterday’s newspaper had a small news report: ‘3 days old girl was thrown into community dustbin ‘. And this was not on the front […]
In the age of #MeToo, Soraya Chemaly’s Rage Becomes Her is a reminder that women’s anger is justified and necessary.
Men often unite in their misogyny. But women get divided by the same, speaking up against each other in their unwitting support of patriarchy, competing for brownie points of their men. Stop, already!
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