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Does a woman have her own identity? Women in the north-east of India are usually identified as "belonging to" either the father or husband, even when educated and accomplished.
An unasked question you see in many eyes. A loud question many choose to ignore. Why don’t women get equal recognition? A conversation with a colleague on gender bias is what led to this thought. “I have completed the projects assigned, brought new ideas to the table, and have client appreciation too. Yet, internally there […]
Women need to help themselves first and stand up against beliefs that keep them in the second citizen position, only then can they get ahead.
She had known all her life that righteous anger is a male prerogative, not meant for women. As a girl, she was told to keep her eyes down and voice lowered. She was never given what she wanted, was always handed over what was conveniently available.
We talk about feminism, education, equal rights, equal responsibilities and everything in and around it but unfortunately, we never talk about the reasons why women's abuse is still so common in our society.
With better literacy and education for women in India, one would suppose that their employment rates also increase. The reality, however, is different. Let's see why.
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