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A Reconciliation… Between My Home And Me

Women are expected to have excellent housekeeping skills, and to want to keep a spic-n-span home. But not all women are domestic goddesses, and would like to spend the time on other things...

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Let’s Talk About Periods, Why Feel Awkward?

Let's talk about periods, says the author, because why should anyone feel awkward about buying a pad? Bleeding is normal, and people better get used to talking about it!

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Step Out My Love, Because The World Needs One More Rebel!

"Where was inequality," thought the author, when she hadn't yet looked around her. But then she did, and now she asks others to "step out my love, because the world needs one more rebel!"

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The Inner Thoughts Of A ‘Housewife’, The Perfect Sycophant

The story of an ordinary Indian housewife, whose wishes are considered 'naturally' secondary to that of her husband, looking from afar at a happy, 'free' woman.

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I WAS A Mother; I’m A Mother, Nevermore…

A dirge by a mother, who has just lost her child to the erasing blackness of death. She was a mother. But she's nameless, now. A mother, no more.

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Eve’s Revenge Is Suffused With The Joys And The Pains Of Generations Of Her Daughters
Eve's Revenge

Eve’s Revenge by Ethel Da Costa is proof that women have been angry for a long time, since time immemorial, and have been talking about rage, yet have been mostly unheard. 

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