A little late, I watched Chapaak and realised that despite claiming to be empowered, we are still not safe, we are still brutalised. Will this ever change?
Women have been experiencing a kind of lockdown since a long, long, time, because patriarchy dictated that they remain inside homes if they have to be deemed 'good', 'worthy' women.
Aanya Natesan was brutally raped and beaten up for being a trans woman, on the streets of Gurgaon, on 24th Nov 2019, when she was on her way to a Pride March - is this how we should treat fellow humans?
Bigg Boss Malayalam is in the news after misogynist Rajith Kumar put chilli paste in the eyes of a woman he felt was too loud, too opinionated. Really?
Control of women's voices, lives, bodies is the norm, under the guise of 'protection' and 'women's safety'. Can we ever achieve Fearless Freedom? Activist Kavita Krishnan's new book explores this.
Over the past decade, crime against women has taken on such horrifying proportions and nuances, that women have now started becoming suspicious of everything.
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