Can a woman loiter in or saunter through streets of a city like Delhi? A look at applying the concept of flânerie to Indian women.
But for the accident of our birth in a democracy, any one of us could face the same horrors that Afghan women are facing today, as the patriarchy, the oppression and violence against women is the same.
A man in Hyderabad attacked a woman for sending him to jail for harassing her. Women really aren't safe anywhere, are they?
As a woman walking on the street, I have faced many horrors. To all the men out there, all I ask is respect us so we can fearlessly walk on the streets.
Being a woman, wherever you are, you're always going to be living a life at the edge, worrying about your safety. This is how it is. Even if people may believe otherwise.
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.
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