Thursday, October 29, 2020
Intersectional Feminism—Desi Style!
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आसान शब्दों में समझिए पितृसत्ता (Patriarchy) क्या है? | Feminism In India
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S01E03: How do beauty standards affect our mental health? | Intersectional Feminism—Desi Style!
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टीवी सीरियल हमें क्या सिखाते हैं? | Feminism In India
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Women officers in the Indian Navy and other weekly headlines | Weekly Feminist News Wrap
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MYTH VS. FACT: Let's talk about Breast Cancer | Feminism In India
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Rani Gaidinliu: The Naga freedom fighter | Feminism In India
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Alliance in J&K and other weekly headlines | Feminist News Wrap
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The invisible labour of women farmers in India | Feminism In India
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S01E02: Caste based gender vioelnce in India. Ft. Suman Saurav | Intersectional Feminism—Desi Style!
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Breast cancer on rise in India and other weekly headlines | Weekly Feminist News Wrap
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Let's Talk About Caste and Mental Health | Feminism In India
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ऑनलाइन लैंगिक हिंसा के प्रकार | #AbBolnaHoga
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Bollywood and its messed up families | Feminism In India
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Hathras case, Babri Masjid and other top headlines | Weekly feminist news wrap
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S01E01: What is intersectionality and why we need it | Intersectional Feminism—Desi Style!
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Childhood, And Relationship With Parents And Family | FII Mood Of The Month, October 2020
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Let's talk about Men and Masculinities | Feminism In India
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Podcast: Intersectional Feminism Desi Style - Trailer | Feminism In India
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First female pilot to fly Rafale jets and other weekly headlines | Feminist News Wrap
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MYTH VS. FACT: Condoms, Birth Control Pills & Contraception! | Feminism In India
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FII Explains: What is Benevolent Sexism? | Feminism In India
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Farmers protest new Bill and other weekly headlines | Feminist News Wrap
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नारीवादी पेरियार की कहानी | Feminism In India
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Does TV news propagate toxic masculinity? | Feminism In India
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Noor Inayat Khan: Second World War's Princess Spy | Feminism In India
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Man arrested for rape of 86 year old and other weekly headlines | Feminist news wrap
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Suicide in 2019: a look at the numbers | Feminism In India
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JEE, NEET outrage and other weekly headlines | Feminist News Wrap
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भारत में कार्यस्थलों पर होने वाले यौन उत्पीड़न से जुड़े कानून | #AbBolnaHoga
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Boys, Men and Masculinities | FII Mood of the Month September 2020
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Death of a Democracy: A Look at Press Freedom in India | Feminism In India
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Feminist News Wrap: Another Covid-19 Record Spike and Other Headlines | Feminism In India
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Lockdown and Education: Is India ready for online classes for all?
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Covid-19: Emotional wellbeing of people with disabilities | Feminism In India
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Feminist News Wrap: Facebook 'hate speech' scandal and other headlines | Feminism In India
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Podcast: FII turns 6! ft Japleen Pasricha | Feminism In India
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What is Feminism In India? A Message By The FII Founder Japleen Pasricha
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Are You Suffering From Imposter Syndrome? | Feminism In India
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'Period Leaves' for Zomato employees and other weekly headlines | Feminist News Wrap
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Dissenting Voices: Celebrating Youth Day | Feminism In India
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लॉकडाउन के दौरान क्यों बढ़े घरेलू हिंसा के मामले? | Feminism In India
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Mumbai floods and other headlines | Feminist News Wrap
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Education in Kashmir a year from abrogation of Art. 370 | Feminism In India
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New Education Policy and other weekly headlines | Feminist News Wrap
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Human Trafficking: Modern Day Slavery | Feminism In India
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Campus Experiences | FII Mood Of The Month, August 2020
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What is Intersectional Feminism?
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Maternal Mortality Rate in India down and other headlines | Feminist news wrap
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Trans People Talk Body Image and Body Positivity | Feminism In India
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Understanding the 'Pink Tax' | Feminism In India
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Airing Out The Dirty DMs: Women’s Experiences With Unsolicited Texts

Without playing the perfect victim and airing the dirty DMs of perpetrators without guilt–Maybe this is how women will reclaim themselves in the fourth wave of feminism.

Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare: Messy Or Realistic?

‘Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare’ has strong characters and touches on a lot of topics. Yes, it’s messy and complicated, but considering there are so many different forms of discrimination that women face all at once, why shouldn’t a film about women reflect exactly that?

On Manada Debi & Her Book–The Autobiography Of An Educated Fallen Woman

Manada Debi is a sex worker who lived in colonial Bengal. Her autobiography, Shikshita Patitar Atmacharit, was published in 1929.

Women In Manto’s Stories: Not Narratives; But Realities

Manto’s penning down of women is free from the bald fabrication of toxic tangles of plastic bodies, slim waists, colour cards and absurd adhesive brand endorsements.

History

Women In Media & Politics: Reclaiming Representation Beyond Tokenism

The prejudices that the few women in media in positions of power face make it a vicious and sexist cycle that prevents them from getting their due recognition beyond mere tokenistic representation.

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Social Media Influencers: Serving Classism, Selective Feminism & Monolithic Nationalism

Why do social media influencers fail to use their influence to challenge structures of caste, class, and gender, and often continue to perpetuate existing power structures that they benefit from.

Manusmriti: The Ultimate Guide To Becoming A ‘Good Woman’

Manusmriti can serve as a guide in patriarchy's long struggle to make women prisoners of historically contrived shackles.

The ‘Aunty’ Body And All That Follows

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In an ableist society such as ours, people with speech disability are often talked over and not heard out in a way that they are deemed invisible.

Women In Media & Politics: Reclaiming Representation Beyond Tokenism

The prejudices that the few women in media in positions of power face make it a vicious and sexist cycle that prevents them from getting their due recognition beyond mere tokenistic representation.

Navigating Life As A Indian Woman With An Invisible Illness

Generous dose of sexism, advent of technology and marriage taboos – all that and more, in how is life for a woman with an invisible illness in India.

Airing Out The Dirty DMs: Women’s Experiences With Unsolicited Texts

Without playing the perfect victim and airing the dirty DMs of perpetrators without guilt–Maybe this is how women will reclaim themselves in the fourth wave of feminism.

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The prejudices that the few women in media in positions of power face make it a vicious and sexist cycle that prevents them from getting their due recognition beyond mere tokenistic representation.

Infographic: Why Should Feminists Care About Media Literacy?

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Higher Moral Standards For Women: While Sanjay Dutt’s Drug Abuse Got Him A Biopic, Female Actors Face Probe

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Rhea Chakraborty’s Media Trial Is an Extension Of A Diabolic Celebrity Culture

Celebrities are driven to paranoia, anger, and fear, sometimes due to the celebrity culture, thus resulting in public altercations with paparazzi or complete breakdowns in the face of such extensive public exposure.

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How To Educate Your Daughter Only To Make Her Quit Her Job After Marriage

The recipe for 'fulfilment' for woman is assumed to be one that discredits everything and boils down to 'how happy or successful is your marriage.'

What Approaching The Thirties Looks Like For Me As A Woman

“Dirty Thirty” in big bold letters go well not just because it rhymes, but also because in the true sense of the word, you realise that the key to surviving the thirties is really to play the game well and in absolute muck.

‘Pay The Bai’: The New Generation Of Men Who Claim To Be ‘Feminists’

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